Question about Chrysler Voyager
I'd check the ABS wires for breaks and bad connections.
Then try taking the car to an Autozone or another parts store that offers free Code Reading. Autozone will check your Engine codes, and I'm pretty sure they can also give you the Chassis codes.
The only time I had an ABS light, it turned out to be a wheel sensor. It was part of the wheel bearing assemblt, and was pretty expensive. Some cars have seperate sensors held on with one screw.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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