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In my Land Rover Discovery 2000, the ABS, traction control and hill descent warning lights come on when sometimes on brake application other times no apparent reason when driving and then reset and behave normally when engine is stopped and restarted. Any Solution to this problem? Also where are the ABS and Traction Control sensors located?

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You've got a bad wheel speed sensor or corresponding tone ring. take it to a dealer. they'll hook it up to a computer and tell you which sensor or tone ring it is and give you an estimate. you only pay for the hour of diag.

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Known as the Three Amigos, it can suggest several things.
1) Faulty ABS Sensor
2) Faulty Shuttlevalve switch/sensor
3) Wheel bearing faulty.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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