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1993 jeep Cherokee abs light came on what is it?

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Check and clean the sensor by the tire.

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thundergod hit the nail on the head with the Jan 28th, 2009 post!
I had a similar problem, took my car back to my mechanic and they fixed it for $45!
They had accidentally (I hope) knocked a wire loose when doing a major repair but warning lights don't come on right away they take a few miles of travel to run through the software in our cars computers before showing up on the dash!
This is why I change mechanics every so often!
Like food, I get sick and tired of tasting the same thing over and over again.
I put 25,000 miles on a year, do a lot of maintenance and repair, and most importantly ...change mechanics every once in a while!

Hope this is helpful.

Good Luck!
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