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Abs light and brake kight is on but no problem with tha ac

I put a wire harness on that plugs into the brake lines under the rear bumper and the lights came after a few miles pulling the trailer I replaced the stoplight fuse wich was blown but lights still on at dashboard

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Could possibly a issue with a wheel speed sensor, it will not effect regular braking but will disable abs

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