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Abs motor will not turn off. I finally pulled the fuse so that it wouldn't burn out. what might be the cause of the motor not cutting off?

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My truck did the same thing and I couldn't stop.
You have to find out which one is doing it and replace the hub assembly because the sensor is not working and that is what causes the abs to think the wheel is slipping.
The sensor is in the hub assembly.

Hope this helps

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