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ABS and Brake Light on

On my 94 Chevrolet Corsica (122,000miles) the brake and abs light is on. I had front and rear brake lines replaced a year ago and new brakes and rotors 2 months ago. It is stopping as normal with no issues. The abs light sticks on every once in a while, but goes off after I restart the car. Am I hurting it by driving it? Nothing feels wrong...I've had the brakes go 3 times and everything replaced so I know when it feels wrong.

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  • james_r_alle Apr 02, 2009

    the abs light stays on i just changed my break pads what could be the problem

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Sounds like you have a bad sensor. No you can not hurt anything by driving with the light on, but you do want to try to keep your warning lights clear

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