Question about 1990 Dodge Spirit
Hmmmm Your son in law may be partialy correct...this system has many parts. Each tire has it own sensor, the steering wheel even has a clockspring that works with this system. The transmission even has a sensor on it. They all feed back to the anti lock module. Uneven tire pressure can even set off the system. I would look at the tire/break sensors first. Hopefully your mechanic can locate it. Your car may of even threw a code so that may help the mechanic.
I know the explanation is not very "there is your problem" but the anti lock system is a very important safety system. I just want you to be informed.
To just replace the module may fix the problem, but there is no to be sure unless you at least look at the rest of the system.
Hope this helps and I didnt ramble on to much.
Not sure if I answered your questions.
best of luck
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