Question about Volkswagen Jetta
Hi well i hope i can help you as brake systems are very up and down , but this actually sounds quite a simple one that might be solved in a few minuets, what you want to do it check the ABS sensors on each hub, and also check the CV it self, all this could be is a simple case of either corrosion on the CV joint ( this is the thing that has the cut outs all the way around) and or, dirt on the ABS sensor that is inserted into the rear of the hub with the single wire attached to it, as this is an intermittent fault i do not think it would be anything major, if it was the lights would be on permanently, also check the wear sensor wires on the brake pads, just make sure they have not come loose and have warn the casing away giving you a short in the signal wire i think all you will need is a wire brush, some wd40, and maybe a bit of insulation tape.....hope this gets you started good luck
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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