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Re: anti lock brakes light
Usually that indicates bad ABS sensor or ABS component in the system. The quick fix is to locate the ABS fuse in your fuse panel, remove this fuse and abs is disabled. Your brake will function normal and it is safe to drive w/o abs until you can have it checked out, keep in mind you will lock you brakes under heavy braking conditions.
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abs light means anti lock brake system and the light is telling you that they aren't working properly. you still have brakes it just won't be with the anti lock system your vehicle has. you will need to have your brake system checked out.
It means there is a fault somewhere in your abs system. While the light is on you will not have anti lock brakes. It just means you will resort to the old style of brakes before abs. It will not harm anything .but is something i would have checked out.
ANTI LOCK BRAKE LIGHT.MEANS ANTI LOCK BRAKES NOT WORKING.CHECK ABS FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD.HAVE THE ABS BRAKE SYSTEM CODE SCAN.NOT SAFE TO KEEP DRIVING.HAVE FIX QUICK AS POSSIBLE.BECAUSE THE ABS BRAKE UNIT IS PART OF YOUR MAIN BRAKING SYSTEM.IF ABS BRAKE UNIT BAD BY BEING PART OF THE MASTERCYLINDER IT CAN CAUSE COMPLETE BRAKE FAILURE.
ABS stands for anti lock brake system. If the light stays on after starting the vehicle it indicates that you have a problem with your anti-lock brakes. this does not mean that your brakes won't work it just means that you don't have anti-lock capabilities because it shuts the system down. as a safety precaution I do advise having it looked at.
The anti-lock light is indicating that your anti-lock brake system has a problem. Check fluid level. Could be a sensor, time for brake service etc, but I wouldn't wait too long to have it checked, just in case something serious. Anti-lock brake problems may cause a wheel or more, or all, to lock up in a panic stop situation. When was last service on brakes done?