Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
Usually it is easier to get the codes extracted from the vehicle computer by your local dealer or garage that can do this.check their prices first as they can really vary.Check also you local parts shops,they sell small cheap units that can do simple checks on these.Just make sure that they do ABS read and reset,not just CHECK ENGINE.There should be a precise code for whether it is a wheel speed sensor or at the pump etc.check the brake fluid level in the reservoir as well at the ABS pump if it has a separate one.
Also ensure that the ring that the sensors read off at each hub aren't damaged.Clean these and the sensor heads well if you havent already then recheck.Sometimes light wont go out until history logged is cleared by a code reader.
Have you had the brakes done recently?or also check for play in any of the hubs,this can sometimes trigger a sensitive sensor.
hope this helps you get to the source and repair,or get back to me with your findings.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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