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SOURCE: abs light comes on intermitantly.

Intermittent ABS lights could be a wheel sensor but more commonly it is a sign your ABS controller is going bad. Eventually it will come on and stay on. If you have TRACS that will also come on and stay on. Eventually your speedometer will quit working. This site provides a rebuild service which is much cheaper than buying a new ECU. http://home.earthlink.net/~vicrocha/Volvo_Parts/Volvo_ABS_removal.htm

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