Question about Buick Century
get the computer pass on the car anti lock means abs problem its a sensor with computer you gonna fix it let me know hope it help fixya our post thank pierre
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
you should be looking for the drivers side wheel (brake) cylinder it is inside the drum with the brakes at the top usually, look at the cylinder on each end there is a small black rubber cap, pull it back a little in one spot and see if brake fluid runs out, if so replace it. Also possible that the brake line is leaking, so check it out too.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Check the fluid level, top it off if needed, look for a fill to line on the side of the reservoir. Check rear brake shoes/pads, are they too worn? Replace with new ones. Bleed all 4 wheels, starting with the farthest one, then go to next farthest, and so on. Look for leaks inside the rear wheels. Adjust rear brakes (if shoes not pads).
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
no reset button.have the car anti-lock brake system scanned.to check code.because when anti - lock brake light come on.it can be many things.like faulty wheel sensor.faulty relay or the anti - brake unit low on brake fluid or the abs unit faulty.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
Check all the wiring to each wheel for a sensor is attached to the back side of each one. Road debries can shear a wire in two and cause the ABS light to stay on and have good brakes at the same time
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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