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Abs light on but not always


It could imply that the sensor is shifted or defective.

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I don't understand the whole traction light thing. my car always says trac off-except when it says low trac and slides like it's on ice.


TAKE CAR TO A GARAGE OR DEALERSHIP HAVE THE ABS BRAKES AND TRACTION CONTROL CODE SCAN.YOUR ABS BRAKE SYSTEM WILL COME ON ADJUSTING BRAKE PRESSURE TO AVOID A SKID.THAT WHY LOW TRAC LIGHT COMES ON. MOST OF THE TIME WHEN YOU SEE LOW TRAC LIGHT DRIVING ON DRY ROADS PROBLEM IS IN THE ABS BRAKE UNIT OR BAD WHEEL SPEED SENSOR.

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ABS light on & brake warning light on. ABS not working.


check the brake fluid level in the reservoir. if full, try poking the float back to the surface. sometimes it sticks sunk. the abs light will always illuminate when the red brake light is on if your vehicle is equip t with abs. it means the abs system is inactive.

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ABS light always on, I visually checked and cleaned all the sensrs, also checked the resistance of the sensors, all sensors reads 1.03 kohms. Reset the connectors on ABS control module, still ABS light...


cheeck the e brake cable or brakes in the rear see if the brake in the back look funny thin cheeck the front next time you drive it slam on the baraks pritty hard and let me now if you slide like the wheels lockt up or if the wheels did not lock up but stop the vehicle

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ABS brake light stays on all the time.


Any competent repair shop with a scanner should be able to pull codes from the ABS computer. It is likely a speed sensor or wire.

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ABS Brakes come on when stopping all the time. Is there a sensor?


The ABS system always is engaged when the brakes are applied. If you are talking about the ABS light coming on then it is a little bit of a different story. If the light has come on at all there will always be a code stored. I would take it to a shop that has a scan tool to read ABS lights and ask them what the computer is saying. This is the only true way to get this problem fixed.

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Abs light on always


Have you checked your brake fluid? It may be low or an indication that the brake pads are worn, causing the light to stay on.

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Here is a Problem for you all! 2000 Grand Am GT ram air v6 ABS and Brake light always on, No trouble codes, and no rear brakes at all key on or off. Has fluid at M/C and to ABS unit but not from unit to...


This problem sounds like and ABS module that has gone bad, the ABS module has toothed gears inside that actuate the ABS motor, if one of these gears slips a tooth or "unwinds" itself if will not circulate brake fluid to where it needs to go (ex: the rear brakes) alot of times the brake and ABS light will come on, but will not set any trouble codes. My recommendation is to take this to a repair shop and have them verify the problem and replace the ABS module, the motor gears have to be properly aligned when replacing or the lights will stay on and you will still have the same problem. Hope this helps.

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Abs light always on


the sensor by the rotter was damaged by brake pad replacement

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