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On my 98 plymouth voyager the abs light is on and also my driver side brakes are SMOKING HOT. Could the brake catilaber be bad?

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You need to resolve all system fault codes first,
such as the ABS issue

Then work on brake hoses,calipers, etc

You will have a bearing melt down next, from
the heat

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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