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I had my wheel bearing change and now my abs and trac off light is staying on. Can u please tell me what is causing it. I got new breaks after that and they said that mt wires are still there.

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They put the problem in your vehicle,
know that.and should have resolved it
rather than give it back to you.

They did something with the ABS Wheel
Speed Sensor, and apparently don't want
to assume responsibility

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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There is an ABS wheel sensor that is either unplugged, or has been damaged. Seeing as how you just had some work done it is probably just unplugged.

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