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ABS LIGHT STAYING ON

THE ABS LIGHT WILL NOT GO OUT ON MY VOLVO 850 T5,CAN YOU HELP ,THANKS

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Hi there,
If the light is on it means the ABS computer has detected a fault and it is disabled at present. You can try removing the negative battery terminal for 10 minutes then put it back on. Let the car idle for another 10 minutes and go for a drive . Try a couple of hard braking till the wheels lock. See what happens with the light. If it stays on then you'll have to get the computer scanned at the dealer's.
Let me know how you get on.
Cheers.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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