Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse
ABS ligth coming on for no reason is usually dirty sensors on one of the wheels. can often happen after driving through mud etc, Also the serrated disc which the sensor looks at on the hub can get clogged up causing same problem. brakes will still work ok but you will have no ABS function. I have had limited success with this (very common) problem by pressure washing the wheels and hubs. failing that its a case of wheels off and cleaning it all up by hand. Another cause can be bad connection, cracked/trapped sensor wire. Difficult to tell which wheel its on though.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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