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VW Bora, The ABS alarm is on and the brake alarm is flashing,Brakes are working OK But not the ABS.Is it possible to reset the ABS unit or disable the alarm. Thanks Mike.

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  • nickwelsh02 Sep 03, 2008

    My ABS light just came on in my 2001 Golf. I just bought the car (used) a week ago. Is there quick fix for this? Maybe a loose fuse? Help.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    abs on 2005 vw polo is on just got new bushings on and abs is not working

  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    1999 VW Golf ABS warning light now on after replacement of rear bushings (never on before).  Repair shop indicates that it is not related and that a new ABS pump is now needed at a cost of over £800.  Any DIY options for self-check to verify or DIY replacement?

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My EPC light magically appeared at 20K miles and the car squeaks like mad whenever it's moving. I don't notice any performance loss (engine-wise) in the car when the EPC light comes on but it won't let me switch gears from Park to R or D. I have an appointment next Friday to have it looked at. It's an automatic 2002 New BORA with JUST over 20K miles.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

Fuse box in top of battery has a cable connected to the positive side of battery and it might be loose. Tight it and alarm should go away.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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