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Replaced the disc, pads and wheel bearings on the front. Now ABS and handbrake lights are on as well as when I drive the D light flickers


Check the speed sensors on the bearing hubs you replaced. Did you damage the wire harness when you changed out the hubs. Did you reset the abs system. You got some work to do & if you don't have the equipment to do it, bring it to a mechanic who does. This may lead you back to the dealer, sorry. Several abs systems are specific to a dealer.

May 23, 2016 | 2005 Honda Jazz 1.4

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2000 dodge durango abs light is on and reads a code 72 on scaner?


Hi, there is a speed sensor causing your problem which is the one on the top of the rear differential. Its the one that runs the speedometer, picked up by the abs module. The abs is disabled if the light is on, your brakes will stayed locked if you start to slide.



I'd start with replacing the rear speed sensor and see what happens. This should bring your speedometer back if nothing else. If you still have the other code coming back you'll have to replace the abs control module. That code is a direct internal failure of the control module, no diagnostics required.

May 12, 2011 | Dodge Durango Cars & Trucks

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My abs light stays on


The ABS light is on because you have a code stored in your ABS module. It is a good idea to bring it to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem. They can tell you precisely which wheel sensor is bad or which ABS component is faulty. There is one wheel sensor at each wheel, directly over the exciter ring at each hub. If you want to scan the code yourself, you will need a Ford Super Star II tester or an equivalent scan tool to access the ABS system. Take a look at the front and rear ABS notched rotors, and make sure they are not caked up with debris, oil or dirt because the sensors read these notches.

Mar 10, 2011 | Nissan Frontier Cars & Trucks

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HI,pbs light stays on


The ABS light is on because you have a code stored in your ABS module. It is a good idea to bring it to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem. They can tell you precisely which wheel sensor is bad or which ABS component is faulty. There is one wheel sensor at each wheel, directly over the exciter ring at each hub. If you want to scan the code yourself, you will need a Ford Super Star II tester or an equivalent scan tool to access the ABS system. Take a look at the front and rear ABS notched rotors, and make sure they are not caked up with debris, oil or dirt because the sensors read these notches.

Mar 09, 2011 | 1990 Subaru Legacy

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ABS stays on a 2001 GMC Jimmy


This is a common issue, and is pretty easy to fix. There are ABS sensors on the wheels, and you have a bad one. Usually the wires become corroded, and are easy to spot. The unit is on the back side of the wheel assembly.

Mar 09, 2011 | 2001 GMC Jimmy

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What cause the abs and battery light to stay on.


The ABS light is on because you have a code stored in your ABS module. It is a good idea to bring it to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem. They can tell you precisely which wheel sensor is bad or which ABS component is faulty. There is one wheel sensor at each wheel, directly over the exciter ring at each hub. If you want to scan the code yourself, you will need a Ford Super Star II tester or an equivalent scan tool to access the ABS system. Take a look at the front and rear ABS notched rotors, and make sure they are not caked up with debris, oil or dirt because the sensors read these notches.

The battery light may be on for the following reasons:

1. Alternator faulty - get it tested at Autozone, or similar
2. Alternator Belt slipping
3. Underhood Alternator Fuse - 175A Mega Fuse
4. Fuse 2 - 10A
5. Fuse 5 - 10A

Mar 05, 2011 | 1999 Lincoln Continental

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Abs light and traction control light stays on, why


I suggest bring vehicle to shop that has an ABS scanner. Perhaps you have a bad wheel speed sensor that needs replaced. Check the fuses for the ABS computer.

If the sensor in the differential is bad, just replace it. It's not expensive nor is it difficult to replace. Its held in with one 10mm bolt located on top of the differential above the drive shaft area. When your ABS light is on, it just means that your onboard computer has dedected a problem and disabled the ABS only. You still have reagular power brakes. Technically, I guess it is a safety issue, but not much of one.

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Dec 29, 2010 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

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ABS light stays on.


check your abs plugs on the top of you master brake cylinder.most of the times it turns out to be just a loose plug.
check and keep updated.
thanks.

Jul 08, 2009 | 1999 Isuzu Rodeo

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Abs light stays on


you could have a bad wheel speed sensor,you would need to bring this to a shop or dealer that can access the on board computer to see which one is bad,or look for broken wires at the wheel speed senors on each wheel.

Mar 29, 2009 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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Need to find abs plug.. light wont go out


the abs light will always stay on even if you pull abs main fuse ,usually its awheel sensor on frt hubs ,broken wire around upper control arm,you can visually inspect,i will not recomend pulling abs light from dash.

Feb 18, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet Blazer

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