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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: abs brake light always on
Sounds like this could be a front or rear wheel sensor. You need to check the trouble code by placing a wire short across the test connector located under the dash near the radio center console. This is a blue, two pin connector plugged into a holder. placing a short wire across the two termnals and turning the key on to the II On Position will start the ABS light flashing. Do nt start the engine, just turn the key switch on.
Count the number of flashes. The first group of flashes followed by the next group of flashes. For example, four (4) flashes followed by the next group of eight (8) flashes points to the left driver side rear wheel speed sensor. check the resistance (continuity) with a meter. It should read about 1240 ohms. A resistance of 0 -100 ohms is a bad sensor. Cost of a sensor is about $126 but it is not easy to install since the old one usually is hard to remove.
Bottom line is that the ABS system probably does not work properly because the light is on. The regular brakes are OK.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
The ABS light is a warning that you have an issue with the ABS system. The red brake warning lamp is serious. It is telling you that there is an issue with the base brakes. Your car will be ok with an ABS light, but the red warning lamp could be really dangerous. You should have them checked ASAP. It could be from many causes. A park brake switch, low fluid, the causes are too numerous to list. Please for your safty have it checked. Good Luck
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: brake lights always on pajero 91
Sounds very tipical of the break light switch..
Usually located at the break pedal lever just above the foot peddle..
Shouldnt cost to much ;o)
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
it could be as simple as cleaning a sensor, or it could be as expensive as replacing the abs unit.
the most likely is a faulty sensor which would not be to expensive, but there is no way for me to even guess prices.
the only way you can know is to get the car plugged into a diagnostic unit and see what it says.
sorry i cannot be any more help, but it would be unfair of me to give any ideas of cost as it would be pure guesswork on my part until a diagnostic test tells you where the problem actually is.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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