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Replaced rear pads and shoes but abs light is still on. Tracking control is now not functioning correctly. I read the manual and it says if lamp remains lit will not work proberly which inturn disengages all wheel drive. What do I need to do?

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I got a 03 aviator my abs light came on after I changed the pads on mine...but I just got my catylickconvertor changed could that be why abs came on???

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You can try to bleed the brakes at all the calipers several times until the fluid is clean coming out the bleeder screws.it sounds like when you pushed the pistons back into the calipers you pushed dirt back through the system and has lodged in the abs hydraulic unit causing the light to come on.you say the abs light is still on does this mean it was on before you replaced the brakes.if so then you had a code in the abs controller that should have been checked before and repaired.when the abs sets code it automatically shuts down the traction control and all wheel drive because of the abs light being on.

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The amber ABS warning lamp is located in the instrument cluster. It is used to inform the driver that the antilock function has been turned off due to a system malfunction. The warning lamp is controlled by the CAB and/or the main relay through an in-harness diode. The CAB controls the lamp by directly grounding the circuit. The main relay grounds the lamp circuit when it is de-energized.
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The antilock brake system is constantly monitored by the CAB for proper operation. If the CAB detects a system malfunction, it can disable the antilock system and turn on the antilock warning lamp. If the antilock function is disabled, the system will revert to standard base brake system operation.
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2=7.5A Blower motor relay,PAD module,Air Bag diagnostic monitor
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