Question about 2007 Chrysler Aspen 4x2
The ABS system is not too complex but very tedious if you want to self-repair.There are wheel speed transducers which measure the speed which the tire is turning,sends a signal to a computer and the computer tells the brakes to apply/disengage to prevent skidding in fractions of a second for maximum brake with no skid.A constant light is most likely a failed component.The best bet would be to have it computer analyzed.To do the same thing manually which the computer does,it would take hours and hours and is not worth it.Yes the computer costs money,I do not know how much,but will prevent 1 big headache.Shop around for pricing.Some places will give you credit for the computer check towards fixing it I have found,but not sure which systems.Good luck! Greg
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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