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My 2001 Nissan Sentra Exalta STA ABS warning light is always on

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SOURCE: abs on dashboard stays lit all the time.

The only way to know axactly what happen is with a diagnostic computer.
Because the ABS use a Speed sensor on each of the wheels.
Hydraulic selenoids on the ABS box or Module..
If the light is on. its mean the Anti Lock Brake System is inactive., You gonna brake like any car with no ABS.
I hope this information work for you.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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you might want to check the brake pads. it might be thin enough to make the wear indicator touch the rotor disc.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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Wheel Speed Sensor
What codes are you getting?

Posted on May 20, 2010

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SOURCE: 2001 nissan exalta sta/sentra (released in the

There has to be a broken wire in the harness. If it was anything else it would blow the fuse to the other two lights. So it has to be a broken wire. You should be able to get to the wires in the trunk. You will have to pull off the cover directly behind the lights. The wire could be broken inside of the insulation. So it may be very difficult to find.

Posted on Sep 22, 2010

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you might want to check the brake pads. it might be thin enough to make the wear indicator touch the rotor disc.

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Abs on dashboard stays lit all the time.


The only way to know axactly what happen is with a diagnostic computer.
Because the ABS use a Speed sensor on each of the wheels.
Hydraulic selenoids on the ABS box or Module..
If the light is on. its mean the Anti Lock Brake System is inactive., You gonna brake like any car with no ABS.
I hope this information work for you.

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