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I have an abs light on. It came on about 5 weeks ago. We have had all wheels off and checked for dirty sensors.\r\nWe are at a loss, any ideas please?

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  • fattylady Mar 27, 2011

    Thank you we will check the items you mentioned above

  • fattylady Mar 29, 2011

    Thank you we will give that ago and let you know how we get on.

  • fattylady Apr 10, 2011

    We have had car in garage and they have checked sensors and macj=hine is not coming up with ABS problem but my light is still on?
    I have ran out of what to do next. :O( I have an MOT in 2 weeks it is gona fail.



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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.

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  • fattylady Mar 28, 2011

    We have checked the reservoir as well at the ABS pump. Got a machanic to link it up to their diagnostic machine and even thought the ABS light is showing on the dash it did not come up on their machine so we are still baffled.

  • Peter da techmen Mar 29, 2011

    I would hope that they hit erase all codes on their machine despite it not showing up on scan..I will hunt down some diagrams for wiring and check for relays in system.have had this fault on several other makes and it was a relay fault.

  • Peter da techmen Apr 10, 2011

    I have no info here in regards to location of relay for this,but if you remove/replace one at a time until the light goes out,you should locate the faulty relay.They will be either under covers in the engine compartment and under the dash.If no success,the garage will need to locate correct pin on ECU for ABS and check for signal to check light.No signal-relay fault.If a signal voltage then either ECU fault or need to check for sensor signal not showing on scan tool.
    Sometimes I have had to check on a Genuine service center scan tool for trouble codes and good live data stream,as some after market products are limited in info pickup and translation.
    Your local chrysler dealer should be able to do so and supply you with ECU pin layout of plug and location of relays and sensors.They may even be able to check their archives and find that this is a common fault with your model.
    Abs faults aren't always easy to locate if data not forthcoming from scan and tests.
    Hope that this gets you closer to fix.

  • TamaSonor Jun 09, 2011

    Probably the power to abs pump
    Seen loads



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