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2000 Chrystler Town and Country 3.3 Flex Fuel ABS light intermit

Rotars and pads just changed within the last week. ABS light is intermitant...

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    Jeremy Reddick May 11, 2010

    Who bled the brakes? Or when you where pushing the pistons back in you did remove the cap for your brake fluid?

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Mr simpleton your problem came after or was there before the brakes were done.in either case it has nothing to do with pads and rotors , have it scanned and i am sure one of your sensors on the wheels have set a code. or simply check your brake fluid level

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