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I have a problem with my abs and brake light staying on

I have a problem with my abs and brake light coming on.I checked for leaks but didn't find any.also replaced my rotors and pads which it needed.went out for awhile and came back on.

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  • David Mar 10, 2009

    Thanks mpastula902. i will give it a try

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Sounds like your abs unit may have failed i get them from the junkyard cheaper and they work fine

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