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If you have a ABS warning light on it, it means you have a ABS problem. If you want the warning light and don't want to repair the ABS system, remove the bulb from the instrument cluster. If you want to repair the ABS brake system... please repost.
Your ABS system light stays on in the vehicle because either when you jammed the brakes on you could have blown the sensor fuse take the vehicle to a authorized service place the fuse is like 5-10 dollars is all if it does it again the ABS sensor system is no longer repairable without a new ABS module witch cost big money
As for the ABS light you probably have broken wires at the wheel hub. I just had mine repaired very little cost if you have the right mechanic that knows what they are doing they should have an ABS scanner to pin point the break . this is an ongoing problem with ABS systems.
It's cheap to fix.Look for a program called digimotolite and a cable called elm327 on ebay.Will cost you less than £10 and once connected you can erase this fault.Hence your mot passed.Please rate this solution.
The ABS light will stay on only when a problem exists. Once repairs have been completed and no problems exist the ABS light will go off on it's own. Take the car back to where you had the work done and have them fix it. It shouldn't cost you anything. If the ABS light was not "on" when you took the car to them, DO NOT let them charge you to fix it. They caused the problem. They can fix it. Good luck. Hope this is helpful.