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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hope you have the problem fixed by now, but, it is the ABS control under the truck. You need to go under the hood and open the fuse box and disconnect the 60 amp fuse for the ABS, this will turn it off before it burns up. This however will also cause the traction assist off light to stay lit all the time. To the fix the problem you can pay tons of money ($700 or so) to have the dealership install a ABS control and the problem will happen again over time. Or, remove it yourself, go on ebay and ship it off to a guy who repairs them for about $150 and you will never have the problem again. Also, if you wrap your cable ends with plastic and protect them good, you can still drive you truck while the part is being worked on. It takes about a week.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Obviously a time for a brake checkover, but if the weather there is snowy & slushy, then perhaps a trip to a carwash & spraying as best as you can behind the wheels, may clean out some debris that may be making one or more of your sensors trip. Not too sure how experienced you are at these type of repairs, as I suspect one or more of your ABS sensors is dirty or faulty, it may be wise to have them checked for safety sake. Be aware that when light is on,ABS may not work, and could allow one or more wheels to lock up when hitting brakes hard in an emergency stop like situation.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
When you start to loose your abs sensors(more than one)the brake light will come on.with one sensor going the abs light will come on.I would have your front wheel bearings check seen as how that is were the sensors are.If a weeering sound happens while driving and increases and decreases with with speed I would definatly suspect wheel bearings.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
The abs is a add on for the brakes that when the tires come into a skid or slid they wont lock up..Your brakes will still work great with the abs disabled but your brakes will lock up if you push on the brakes hard enough to stop.Mainly abs works in slippery conditions not letting the tires lock up and keep the car rolling instead of making it slide..But no effect of the brakes will happen..Just make sure your fluid is full and there are no leaks and if you want to get them check you can stop by your local Auto Zone and they will scan your car for free and tell you what sensor is bad..I hope this was helpful to you...Have a great night
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
yes it's most likely a alternator problem,usually the internal diode bridge breaks causing all lights you mentioned to come on,if this happens at a idle open the hood and remove green connector on alt.if lights go out you've found the problem
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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