Question about 2006 Ford Crown Victoria
The abs has a on board computer that runs the system. it checks itself every time you start the vehicle. when its operating normally, the abs light will come on briefly during start up and then go out. if there is a problem detected in the system, the light will come on at start up and remain on until the problem is fixed. since this is a safety issue, i would tell you that the only thing you can do yourself is check to see if maybe a fuse went in the system (the fuse may be in the car or under the hood). if you find no fuses blown, you should contact a repair facility to properly diagnose and repair the system. they will need to hook up the car to a computer so they can diagnose the system and find the fault. the brake light also comes on to notify you of a problem in the braking system (lack of abs assist) you should still have brakes, just not anti lock so adjust your driving appropriately and get it to a shop.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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