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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ABS and brake fault warning
I has a clicking/knocking noise on one of my 407 (54 plate) front wheels after a change of brake pads. On investigation I found that the bracket to which the caliper hydraulic hose was fixed (at the lower end of the suspension strut) had been bent downward and was catching the CV boot clip. I bent it back up and the noise went. It is possible (if the brake caliper is not supported during pad change) to bend the bracket supporting the hydraulic hose. It could also interfere with the ABS wheel sensor bracket - check. Simply jack-up and support the car on the side with the noise and turn the wheel by hand to see what gives (don't go under the car until it is supported safely)..
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
if it help, having the abs light on in your vehicle just means that the abs system has a fault. normaly the abs sensor on one of the wheels are abd in 85% of all vehicles. if you are worried about driving the car, no worries, it is still safe to drive and you will NOT lose your brakes. your brakes are manual and the abs is electrical. i would say take your car to a dealership and have them rub a diagnostic test on your abs. they will be able to help you more then a regular garage will. most dont have the ability to check abs systems
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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have you plugged the air bag wires back in under the seat?
if you have put after market of non genuine seats in you will not be able to turn light off
you could remove the bulb from the dash or just leave it (it will not affect the mot)
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
Those are multiple problems. ABS is antilock brake system. Normally this comes on when you need to replace your brakes. Also replace the engine oil in your car and have your car tuned. The check engine light will more than likely go off. If not then the mechanic will tell you what needs to be done to make it go off. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
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