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My ABS light is on and the ABS keeps going off when I push my brakes. Can I just change the ABS fuse to start? I didn't want to take it to a mecanic to be charged $50. to check it out only to find out it's a bad fuse.

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You should pay about $80.00 to diagnose the ABS System failure
More to repair if there is a problem

Fuses don't fix anything
Fuses don't get bad
Fuses protect circuits, from overheating, due to high current loads or a short to ground.
If a fuse blows,replacing it, just cause another to blow,until problem is corrected

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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SOURCE: My ABS light is on and the ABS keeps going off

It is not going to be a fuse. You need to get it checked out. If the fuse were bad the light would be on and it would not work at all.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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