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ABS PROBLEM ABS, Trac light, VSC light, rear brake lights off and I can't put this van on gear.

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    The vsc light comes on and there is no power assit brakes. Brake pedal is hard to depress and slow to respond. This happens intermittantly and when the dealer puts it on the computer there are no codes indicating the problem.

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Look up above your brake pedal and you should see a switch that is connected to it. This switch controls your brakes and in some vehicles, is tied in to the safety system. Change this and see if your van goes into gear ($10 part)

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