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Brake slippage when engine is cold, going downhill and pressing on the brakes, it feels asif the brakes are slipping, the abs lights goes on and off. what i do is shift it into neutral to stop it and then put back into drive and all goes away, but this is occuring more frequently, it started about 6 months ago, and did not happen again for several more months now it has happened the last 2 days?

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It sounds like a wheel sensor is failing, this will trip the ABS and cause the brakes to feel a bit weird. You will need to press the brake harder to stop if the ABS getts tripped.

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