Question about 2001 Audi S4
Dry pavement, light or heavy breaking, the ABS engages no matter what I do. However, I did notice that if I turn the wheel to the left and brake, it doesn't happen. I replaced the left front ABS sensor to no avail. My feelings are that there is something wrong with the ABS computer, but I'm going to do some further research before jumping on that as a solution.
ABS needs to sense that all the wheels are NOT locking up in order to let the normal braking occur. Something is telling the computer that one of the wheels is "locking up" and releasing brake pressure.
It may be a calibration issue. The sensor doesn't know what is considered slow or stop., Yes,your right, a computer thing.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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