Question about 2003 Mercury Mountaineer
Anti lock brakes have many sensors that could fail, also some cars have a seperate brake fluid resevoir for ABS. If you have a second resevior labeled ABS check the fluid it may just be low. I am no expert in brakes, but I d know you will save money in the long run if you go to a guy who is rather than someone who troubleshoots by replacing parts out of your pocket. Also, what make and model is your car?
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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On vehicles equipped with antilock brakes (ABS), a second warning light is provided to warn if a problem occurs within the ABS system. The ABS lamp comes on when the ignition is turned on for a bulb check, then goes out after the engine starts. If the ABS warning light remains on or comes on while driving, it indicates a fault has occurred in the ABS system.
What happens next depends on the nature of the fault. On most applications, the ABS system disables itself if the ABS warning light comes on and remains on.
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