Question about Pontiac Grand Am
On some cars, this combination indicates a failure of the ABS control module. I don't know for certain if Pontiac set their cars up the same way, or if you have two problems with the car - possibly a blown brake light bulb or low brake fluid (for the BRAKE light) and a wheel speed sensor problem (for the ABS light). You can check the bulbs and fluid level to see if they are off, but if not, it may well be the ABS controller. If that's the case, you could either buy a new one for probably a lot of money, or check out www.modulemaster.com for having yours rebuilt (usually $150-200, significantly less than buying a new one).
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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