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id check your caliper to see if the piston is compressing all the way if not check your fluid it should be clean not brown or if you have been through large amounts of water if it has gotten into the brake system and check your bleeder valve to check if it has rotted or come lose or if you have a break in the lines or air, most likely your caliper is failing to compress.
Since you replaced the pick up units or sensors, check the tone rings on the axle shafts. The tone rings is what the sensors detect and are located at each wheel that has ABS. A tone ring looks like this:
This tone ring is on a Ford Ranger - which is pretty much the same as your Mointaineer. Notice the break in the tone ring. This will cause an ABS Fault indicator and will need to be replaced to extinguish the lamp. Check the brake fluid level and top off if needed.
Try another AutoZone or similiar to get a code and be non-specific about the light - just say a light came on on the dash and you don't know what it is about.
this warning light or any other stays on in the dash it is indicating
that the systems control module (or the system sensor in the case of
lights like low oil pressure, door open indicators etc.) has detected
a fault, it then disables the system (this applies to ABS,TCS, TCM,
SRS and BCM faults and others) as long as the light is on. You must
now have the dealer hook up a special electronic diagnostic tool and
"scan" the system for the fault code that is stored for the
of Abbreviations. ABS Antilock brake system.TCS Traction control
system, TCM Transmission control module, SRS Supplemental restraint
system, BCM Body control module
ABS Fault Code List 1991 Corvette (C4) Code Definition 21 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 22 Right Front Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 25 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 26 Left Front Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 31 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 32 Right Rear Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 35 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 36 Left Rear Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 41 Right Front Solenoid Valve Fault 45 Left Front Solenoid Valve Fault 55 Rear Wheels Solenoid Valve Fault 61 Pump Motor or Motor Relay Fault 63 Solenoid Valve Relay Fault 71 Electronic Brake Control Module Fault 72 Serial Data Line Fault 75 Lateral Accelerometer Fault (Short ot Open) 76 Lateral Accelerometer Fault (Signal out of Range)
hi from uk for your info there was a recall back in2004/5 for the getz relating to the abs system going faulty my wifes 2003 getz gsi was recalled and i took car to dealers for her to enquire what fault has there beenon some getz with abs system? as fault had not occured on ours ? apparently there had been a fault with the wire loom to pump particularly the earh cable deteriating ? so this loom had to be inspected and replaced under warranty however as i had waxoiled all underneath our getz including abs pump due to its location low down the loom was ok but was changed anyway and recorded and a dated sticker placed on cars glove compartment door inside to verify loom changed ? SO b4 you progress any further i would check with hyundai tech dept to whether you car had been inspected or whether slipped through unchecked ? your gran should have had a recall as we did for modified loom hope this helps?
Number of possibilities. Most likely culprit is wheel bearings. Have these checked. Big heavy car and wheel bearings do take a hammering on XK and XJ's. Once they go, the wheel speed sensors are out of line with the tracking ring and a fault code is thrown. As the TCS uses the same sensor, this also throws a fault. Next in line is the ABS unit (it's hardly ever the main block, but ECU itself, companies on the net offer rebuilt units. Finally it can be the ABS pump unit - but the fault codes will show if this is the case - or you can pull the pump unit plug out of the ABS unit and see if it has continuity with a multimeter - should be a low number of ohms. 8 times out of 10, it is wheel bearing.
hi need to get a fault code reading it will tell you where to look but a simple thing you can do is check the fuses for the abs pump usualy when the abs comes on its a wheel sensor but the quickest way to check is get the fault code reading yates210456