My ABS and Brake Lights are on continually. My mechanic cannot find the problem. It has to do with a code 12, but my fluid levels are okay. Any suggestions as to how to get these lights off. Just had back brakes done and work fine.
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switch ignition on and wait for the abs light to start to flash.
it will flash in long and short flashes, long flash stands for ten, short flash stands for one, there is a short pause in between, and long pause after each code, take a note of the code and Google it
try disconnecting the rods from the ignition switch shift lever inhibitor.this is basically the mechanism which prevents you from turning the ignition switch to the 'lock' position when the shift lever is not in the 'park' position
The brake pads and shoes are not elec., your abs light is on because your abs computer pick up a bad signal from one of your abs sensor's,, take it to any auto parts or some one like autozone where they can do a code reading and get back us with the code so we can help you diag. your trouble code.
If you are talking about the back brakelights being on continuously, some Ford products have a sliding plastic brake switch under the pedal which sometimes needs adjustment after a brake job. If you are talking about dash lights, then it sounds like the ABS or proportionate valve is stuck off-center. Some vehicles have to be bleed in a factory recommended sequence which keeps that problem from happening.