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Abs light comes on goes off some times when applying brake pedal will pulsate but when light comes on pulsating will stop

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The ABS System setting a Trouble Code, is no different
than any other MIL Lamp or check light,you should be
have it checked for codes,diagnosed and repaired
with a couple of days.

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high speed and heavy braking will produce a pulsation in the pedal
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I have a 2003 chevy silverado 1500 4x4 no engine or abs light comes on but when i apply the brakes the brake pedal pulsates and pulls to the right just replaced front brakes didnt make a difference. but if...


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with these lights on then you will have to see what codes are in the abs and pcm module to find out what the problems are.the abs module will activate when the traction control lights come on.this can also cause a noise and pulsate in the brakes pedal.

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I have a 07 Rav4. My ? is How or what is in between the push rod and the brake pedal. I'm having problems with the feeling of a spring or a cable pulsating and catching in the brake pedal when...


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The "pulsating" you refer to is Normal for a vehicle with ABS (Anti-Lock Brake Systems). It keeps the vehicle braking in a straight line and monitors each wheel with a sensor as to how fast it's turning while braking. The "pulsations" you feel is the ABS Computer turning each individual brake on and off to prevent a lock-up or skid. Perhaps if you road test the vehicle and apply your brakes lightly as in coming up on a stop sign in a residential neighborhood, you'll feel what you consider to be, "normal braking." Pulsations usually come at higher speeds and as to how much pressure you're putting on the brake pedal. You're safer than most now knowing that braking, even in snow, rain or gravel, that your vehicle will stop in a straight line instead of sliding to one side or the other.

If unhappy with ABS Braking, you can always remove the fuse to the ABS computer rendering it inoperative, so you have both choices as to what you'd like to do, right here.

I hope this helps,

~00 Buck~

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