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ABS light stays on

Thanks Ginko for your quick response. I did as instructed. Battery disconnect for approx. 1/2 hr. Reconnected, set time on dash, checked ODB codes with my 'Scanguage' and none found. ABS light still on. What should I try next?
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  • vbrown907 Sep 15, 2008

    97 Acura CL lite stays on. Dealer wants $1800 to replace "chip". Does this sound reasonable or is there another solution?

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    i have a bravada 1999 oldsmobile. When i turn the ignition key, the ABS light comes on and stays on. I also have the Service AWD light on

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    my renalt clio a.b.s. and serv light stay on some times with vibration through foot peddle.

  • olsen132 Mar 03, 2009

    abs light stays on it is on a 1997 international 4900 series truck

  • carolanm1 Mar 23, 2009

    My 2000 Pontiac GTP ABS light stays on and the traction control light also indicates that the traction control is off. I just noticed this now. Should I worry? I have 155000 miles.

  • Steve Burley Nov 26, 2013

    Coud be the chip OR it could also be a wheel bearing pc board issue. The wheel bearings on most newer model vehicles' wheel bearings (the hub type bearings) have a pc board that sends wheel information to the ECM. When these boards overheat, or for many other reasons the board stops working, the system will read a fault and shut the abs, traction control and the stabilitrac systems down. Once the bearing is replaced properly, the system will reset. This is the cheaper way to start because these bearings are quite simply to replace and usually cost around $100.00 CAD to purchase at a parts dealer. Auto dealer is about $300.00. It could still be the chip, but I would investigate the bearings before I spent 1800.00 on someone's word, even if they are a mechanic at that price. Sgb

  • Champion engineering Sep 12, 2014

    normally if your abs light comes on it means your brake pads need replaced there is a copper wire embeded in the pads and when the reach a certain thickness the wire is fused or losses contact

  • Mike Morone Sep 13, 2014

    clean front wheel sensors

  • Kyle Steven OHare
    Kyle Steven OHare Nov 09, 2014

    The guy who said ABS modulator... that's the direction you need to go. Get your ABS codes read by VANOS . Without that, we don't know what's throwing a fault in the ABS system. An ECU reading (OBDII) will not return ABS codes. A common problem with volvos is actually the harness (to) the ABS modulator. Again, you need to have your codes scanned.

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    Kyle Steven OHare Nov 09, 2014

    BTW, I own an S60, which had a problem with the harness (to) ABS modulator ; then with the modulator. Also have a couple of 2002 Land Rover DIIs, which are known for ABS problems. First it was a wheel speed sensor (dirty) on that one, then the modulator itself threw back a "shuttle valve stuck" error, which resulted in replacement of the ABS modulator.

  • Robert Swatek
    Robert Swatek Jan 06, 2016

    Head on over to advance automotive and they will check your obdII abs codes and tell you why it is on for free

  • Vicky holland May 28, 2016

    Replace the abs

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This solution is for every car owner with an ABS problem (e.g. Brake System Warning Light).
Does the...
1)ABS warning light comes on occasionally while driving, warning light turns off next time you start the car, eventually the light comes back on if you drive long enough
2)ABS light comes on seconds or minutes after starting or even moving your car
3)ABS sensors have been replaced, ABS controller has been replaced, and ... the problem returns, sometimes soon, sometimes later
4)ABS warning light refuses to act up in front of your mechanic
5)ABS mechanic has no idea what is wrong
6)ABS brake have no leaks to be found, the brake fluid levels are normal and the brake pads pass inspection but the light comes on

My solution will not solve all ABS system warning light problems, but it may solve very many and save many dollars.
This solution just isn't Standard Operating Procedure in our day to day service repair shops as it is time consuming fault elimination. Why is it overlooked, who knows? It should also, in my experienced opinion, be the absolute first thing checked, by the book, before any sensor, control module, brake fluid, brake bleeding, whatever your mechanic suggest... the list goes on for some car owners. The point is, if this isn't checked first, all bets are off for the DIY or even the certified mechanic.

To get my point across to every car owner and MECHANIC will require GREAT effort on my part otherwise this information will be ignored. Now, back to my point, unless this check is made before any car "computer" throws an error code is taken into account, then that error code can be misleading. No ABS red warning light on the dash of all cars or trucks everywhere can truly be CERTIFIED in testing if this process isn't first completed. The odd exception might be the ABS control unit was on fire, you drove the brakes down to metal or some other freak accident. Here's where I say, "for just $9.95, you, can buy this instruction book". Nope this is FREE and will save many people from having nightmares considering the millions of car owners.

Have you ever heard, "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link"? Well, in the real world, ABS errors are almost always misdiagnosed in first repair attempts. The very first thing that should be performed is a visual inspection inside the engine compartment and brake area. Unless there is an obvious loose wiring harness plug, a lost kitten, distorted/bent brake lines, worn out rotors or brake pads, or something else screaming for your attention; then close the hood and step away from the vehicle and put down that silly diagnostic computer. So, now that the hood is closed, we are going to jack up the car and take off a wheel. Once a wheel is off, we need to disconnect the brake caliper and hang it to the side out of the way. Yes, this is usually a painful, very greasy and dirty process; front wheel and four wheel systems are even more fun. Start with the front wheels and work your way around. Now, and only now is it possible to check each Wheel Bearing Torque value. However, just checking the torque with a push and pull of the rotor disk isn't always sufficient. The hub axle bearings and bearing seats need to be inspected, bearings repacked and then precisely torqued. And when I say precisely, in some rare cases that can mean putting all the parts back together, driving the vehicle, tearing the wheel back down and checking the torque settings again. In some cases; hub, axle and wheel bearing assembly just can't maintain this torque value and still rotate properly because just one of the 3 parts may have some flaw, and this leads to rotor movement. It is also very easy for an experienced mechanic to get it wrong. So, it is good to do it right the first time but that also does not mean it always can be done correctly the first time. As good as any mechanic or auto production line worker may be during assembly of these components, all of these bearing components will never "seat" the exact same or show identical performance. They just try to do their best with what they have.

Basically, the ABS electronics are not the weakest link in most cases. If you have proven beyond doubt that the axle bearings are as close to 100% of factory torque settings and the bearings are healthy and lubed, then the weakest link has been removed. Only then should an ABS error code be used to diagnose a possible electronic component failure. All that this axle bearing nonsense means to those still wondering is that the ABS sensor ring will no longer be deflecting off axis as it spins or sits inside the rotor hub. If the hub/ABS sensor ring tilt off axis just a fraction of an inch on some vehicles, the gap between the sensor and ring is affected, and this will trip the ABS warning light. These ABS systems were designed to operate within a specific set of tolerances and unfortunately the bearings in your axles will not always cooperate. A pot hole here, a curb there, too much hard cornering and braking; sometimes that is all it takes to just slightly loosen an axle bearing and have virtually no noticeable effect.

That is my 2 cents the ABS problems, thanks for reading.

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  • George Oct 20, 2012

    for a minute, I thought i was reading a newspaper! if someone is follow your instructions, they'd better off buy a different car that's not equipped with ABS...so, instead of writing a book about it, why don't you just advise us to rebuild the entire car?

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    Kyle Steven OHare Sep 11, 2014

    Oh heaven forbid someone actually try to give some knowledge. People like you George should be banned.

  • Don Cahala Nov 06, 2014

    Modern automobiles are not for the apple ree mechanic any more. Cars are more precision these days, as opposed to tose in the 60's, 70's, 80's and even the '90's. A mechanic is no longer the bo next door, but a well rained tech, a computer expert, and most importantly and educated sluth for trouble shooting. No more busted knucke, knuckle draggers. Pay attention. Tehy earn what they do for us.

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    Dan Hooper Nov 15, 2014

    Not sure if you have your problem fixed or not, but this is actually quite common on late 90's thru 2000's Volvos, all you need to do is remove the wheel speed sensors from the spindle and clean the magnets. I very rarely see one fail, but the collect metal from the brake pads and rotor as they wear and get so covered they no longer can rear the exciter wheel.

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2016

    Was this supposed to be an editorial, or a tutorial? How about the labor costs of doing this? $800 labor to replace a $35 wheel bearing?

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99% probability it is a bad ABS module.  Extremely common on these Volvo's.  Speed sensor would probably show up on your generic scan gauge, ABS module would not likely show anything.  You can get your module rebuilt by sending it in to a number of places.  Do a google search for Volvo ABS Rebuild.  Victor Rocha is a reputable source for this.

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ABS problem is mostly on the sensor, check all the sensors for damage, if its all ok check your abs control module check the wiring and the terminals. spray some wd-40 on it then let it dry for a couple of minutes. the return ,if same problem occurs maybe your abs module is not working well

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Wheel sensors are most common to go bad. they are easy to check. Just unplug jack the car up and have someone spin the wheel, use a oms meter to check miliamps. You see these wheel sensors are like Minnie generators, they send a signal to the module which tells that the wheel is turning. Make sure the tone rings are clean, a leaky wheel seal will cause a dirty sensor. Good luck. If you check these and they are good then go to the module

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I agree 99.9%. my dealer charged $hockin$ for 2 wheel speed sensors, then changed story and wanted to charge kick a$$ for another abs control module. I said i would pay so long as the thing worked. it didn\'t! After a long story and fighting back and forth on man hours spent, i finally got the car same way it went, minus the new stuff that stupid joe gets billed for. Last week a backyard mech suggested to check the wheel bearing! Well, come over to my place, i said... many cans of beer one saturday later, the fella blew my biscuits away! He fixed it! just 2 new wheel bearings, new set of brake pistons and voila! i got me a new buddy and problem fixed!

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2002 silvaredo abs light stays on

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Most of the peep here have great ideas and knowledge, I however side with ' atp1962 ' I have fixed many others on domestic vehicles that were absolutely plugged up with grease/ oil and lets nit forget that they are magnified....meaning the sensors collect tiny bits of metal particles from grinding pads into nothing but metal to metal, hence the sensor " groves" become plugged up.

I don't prefer the WD40 concept but love using starting fluid which is an alcohol based cleaner that evaporates quickly. Also use air pressure to then blow anything sticking to the sensor off till it's as clean as new.

It is true that bad wheel bearings can cause these pesky problems, but You'll hear the Howling of the bearing or by shaking it briskly if it's loose.

Just remember to start w/ the simplest approach first for it will usually save $$$$ and time.....and less grey hair.

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  • jr3261 Apr 25, 2016

    Or a damaged sensor wire. Possible if front end work has been done.

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    Jhone Anderson Nov 23, 2016

    great topic i am very impressed your work
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Make sure the scanner you are using is capable of scanning ABS codes on your particular vehicle. I can't tell you how many times I had to rescan a vehicle using my scanner and found an ABS code. Retrieve the code and let us know.

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You will probably need to find a mechanic that has a good scan tool. It should have little cards that they change for your car. this will tell you what component is damaged. had similar problem with a Suzuki and it took a few different mechanics to find one with the right tool. if light stays on you most likely have a bad part.

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More than likely speed sensor on the passenger side front hub, ( AUSTRALIA) not sure LHD. HAD THE SAME PROBLEM IN MY XR8 BOSS 5.4 FORD FALCON UTE ( pick up ). $ 65 WITH LABOUR....Kipper

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Apply scanning tool to establish the real cause

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Head on over to advance automotive and they will check your obdII abs codes and tell you why it is on for free

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Hello, did you get your issue solved?

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You need a special scanner for abs which can be purchased at autozone or maybe they can do it for you. My guess is wheel speed sensor brakes will work fine just not the abs

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35 years as a Volvo tech and most of the answers posted here are complete bs. If you have a code for a right rear wheel speed sensor that keeps coming back 99.9% of the time it is the ABS computer. This problem dates back to the early 90's. There is a circuit on the board in the computer that goes bad. Check codes. If it is RR wheel speed sensor replace the computer.

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Abs motor is clog.

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Almost all Volvo abs lamps are on because of a faulty abs module if vehicle has good wiring to abs wheel speed sensors. I am not sure the long post is supposed to help anyone but provide a vent for frustrated fixya members.

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Turn the steering wheel on the F150 all the way to the right. Look at the brake system on the front driver's side of the vehicle. With the wheels turned all the way to the right, you should be able to easily see the ABS sensor mounted to the wheel bearing assembly. There are two wires coming out of the sensor. The sensor is a small black box secured to the wheel bearing and hub assembly. It monitors the rotation of the rotor and wheel, checking to see if there is ever a stop or break in rotation while the vehicle is moving and the brakes are being applied. If the wires are broken or damaged in any way, your ABS is failing and needs to be serviced by a brake shop. If the wires look fine, repeat this step for each wheel. To check the passenger side wheel, you may need to turn the steering wheel all the way to the left. To check the rear wheels, you'll need to climb under the rear cab.
Turn the ignition off if all of the ABS wires appear to be normal and in-tact at the wheel hub. Wait 30 seconds and turn the ignition back on to the "II" position. If the ABS light remains on, the ABS is malfunctioning. You may have a bad sensor at one of the wheels. You'll need to have this component serviced by a professional brake shop. 2014 5 Wifi Version New BMW ICOM A2 Diagnostic Programming Tool

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I don't know why its not setting a code, but maybe your reader isn't advanced enough to retrieve it. It sounds like you have done most everything a person would expect I do find the other answer of proper torque on the wheel bearings interesting however here is my simple check, sometimes because of worn wheel bearings perhaps your tires aren't quite worn equally and these things together can aspirate the problem so before spending money look at your tire tread and check the air pressure if a wheel is slightly smaller then the other one and especially after a corner the imbalance in induced voltages in the sensors will trigger the abs light. My own vehicle set a code when the pump failed.

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Resetting your "computer" or ECU won't do anything to clear ABS fault codes. Nor will scanning your codes with a standard OBD II reader. You need to goto a good independent volvo shop (or the dealer) which can read your ABS codes ; and send you hunting in the right direction.

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RESET YOUR COMPUTER, BY DISCONNETING THE POSITIVE CABLE AND THE NEG CABLE AND HOLD THEM TOGETHER WITH BLACK ELECTRICAL TAPE FOR 5 MINS. AND THE COMPUTER WILL REST IT SELF. It's the easiest fix and most mechanic's will tell you different. All they want is your money, as I have a '91 Lexus LS 400 with just about 500,00 km's and hasn't failed me..

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Your abs pump is bad replace it 200.00 dollars

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Sounds as if it is the ABS sensors on the wheels itself may need changing.

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    I have alsobeen told that the Throttle Accelerator / Gas pedal may also send a similar message as they are electronic on later models , don't know about the earlier models. Also I found if we use Supermarket fuel stations to fill up the light comes on due to a lower grade fuel when it becomes low about 1/4 in the tank. So try and use TEXACO / BP / SHELL higher grade fuel every few fillups of fuel.

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one guy say to take it to a brake place and have them scan it .
you also can call auto zone or advance auto and see what they say and see if they have a way of scanning it

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