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My ABS go on every time i come to a complete stop. Also, my abs and traction control lights are on all the time. i pulled the fuse for my abs so those are off so that i can drive, but what can i do to get the abs working again?

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Sounds like it could be your electronic brake control module I have had this same problem and that is what mine was. Hope this works

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I concur have the ABS control module checked by a reputable repair shop or you local dealership.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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