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Hi I bought an 2004 Acura RSX. When there is snow on the road and I press the brake peddle the abs makes a loud noise and pushs the peddle back up and the car keeps moving like im not pushing the brakes at all. Usually the abs keeps the tires rotating to help stop the car rather then sliding but this car keeps moving and tires are rotating

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