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ABS caution light came on when reach 100 km/h

When the car reach speed 100 then DE-accelerate ABS caution light came on and remains on and some times after 15 minutes of driving in normal speed (below 100 km/h).

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      Cut the carpeting along the perforations.
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    1. Remove the nuts and remove the accelerometer.
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    Have dealer hook up tester and pull fault codes if you can't find an easy solution.
    Some background info
  • A malfunction in the anti-lock brake system will cause the anti-lock brake control module to shut off or inhibit the system. However, normal power-assisted braking remains.
  • Malfunctions are indicated by the yellow ABS warning indicator in the instrument cluster.
  • The anti-lock brake system is self-monitoring. When the ignition switch is turned to the RUN position, the anti-lock brake control module will carry out a preliminary self-check on the anti-lock electrical system indicated by a three-second illumination of the yellow ABS warning indicator in the instrument cluster.
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  • Each time the vehicle is driven, as soon as vehicle speed reaches approximately 20 km/h (12mph), the anti-lock brake control module turns on the pump motor for approximately one-half second. At this time, a mechanical noise may be heard. This is a normal function of the self-check by the anti-lock brake control module.
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