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My abs and Trac off light are both on and my brake peddle is going all the way to the floor I have changed the brakes and rotors not sure what else it could be some one help

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If you have plenty of fluid & no fluid leaks, the Brake Master Cylinder would most likely be the culprit, depending on the year & make, not too hard to change, just a pain bleeding the brakes ! Be sure to fill & bleed a new Master Cylinder before bleeding the brakes ! Most new Master Cylinders come with a bleed kit or your parts dealer will have one ! God Bless !!!

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SOURCE: emergency brakelight/ABS light remains on.

You have fault in your abs/traction control system. You need to find a shop that can read the code for you before I can give you any more information on this problem.

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SOURCE: brake and ABS warning lights on, trac off on.

You may have a bad abs controller. You need to get the code for the abs light from a shop or auto parts store.

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SOURCE: Abs and trac light on, abs vibrates car when braking

These two circuits are linked together and you probally need a ABS MODULE and possibly a rotor and they are pretty cheap on e-bay

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SOURCE: Changed brake pads and fluid. Brake light/ABS light still lit.

Go back around and check to make sure you didnt accidentally pinch or cut a brake pad sensor. Also the ABS modules on VAG cars are pretty crappy.

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SOURCE: abs light and trac off light on

hey, ihad this problem with abx and trac off light on all the time even after having replaced the wheel bearing twiice. how i fixed it was to replace the wiring harness and poof issue resolved. a technical service bulletin is available for this issue

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Our ABS light stays on constantly .Lose brake pedal occasionly. Replaced brake pads, caliphers, rotors. Still have ABS light on and lose brake partically.


If you have brake fade that is if you hold the brake pedal down and it slowly goes down to the floor you probably need a master cylinder

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Check your rear brakes and inside the rear Rotors. There are ABS scanners and if Autozone or Oreillys have that type of scanner, they will scan for free.

Because the Trac Control is on the Rear axle all of your problems are probably rearward. What usually happens is the Emergency brake material and the Rotor pads wear down and blind the sensors. Sometimes the Trac Control will destroy the brake linings. The Trac Control works by applying the rear brake to the fastest spinning wheel in an effort to match each rear wheels speed.

When the sensors have debris flying in front of them, they miscount and include the debris in figuring RPM. Someone needs to disassemble and inspect the back brakes.

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Sounds like you have loose brake pad linings.
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