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94 Plymouth Voyager ABS light stays on

I have a 94 Plymouth Voyager. A couple of times in the past week or so the brake light has stayed on after getting out of the van. We had to spray WD40 on the pedal and pump it to get the brake light to go off. Now, the ABS light is on and staying on. When I press the brake hard, it feels like the back brakes are locking up. When I press the brakes down lightly it is fine.

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  • lnthofmann Mar 10, 2009

    Thanks...I'll look into that. Do you think that would be whats now causing the ABS light to stay on and the feeling of locking up?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    I have a 1999 plymouth voyager and my oil light comes on when ever I stop or press the brake but it goes off once I start driving. What is wrong with my van?



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Had a similar problem a number of years back. Underneath the brake pedal arm is a small switch with a plunger. when you press the pedal down it moves the plunger in and engages the brake lights. when you let off it's supposed to pop back out (turning the lights back off). Possible it is getting stuck in the down position and could need to be replaced. very easy to install and only about an 8 dollar fix.

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    artbesio Mar 10, 2009

    probably a seperate issue check the fuse for the abs and if it's not that try bleeding the brake lines.


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Mine did that and adding brake fluid fixed it. Just a thought....

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