Question about 2001 Toyota 4Runner
First there is no magic fix for this, generally you need a OBD 11 scanner to identify the fault. Auto Zone I am told do this service for free and tell you what the fault is.
There are however some things that you can check yourself first.
Check your brake fluid levels in the master cylinder.
Check your fuses to make sure that none are faulty.
Check that the wiring connectors to the ABS pressure pump system are properly connected and not corroded.
Check under the car at the four inside wheel hubs that the ABS wheel sensors are in securely in place and that the wires are properly attached and not damaged or lose. Most ABS faults are from the wheel sensors.
Check the wheel bearings to make sure that they do not have any play. This will result in the wheel sensor showing a fault.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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