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My ae110 corolla abs light staying on it not coming off what might be the problem

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If it has rear drum brakes they might just need adjusted but alot of times on the abs sensors on the front brakes which the abs sensor ring is on the cv axles and if the ring or the sensor which has a wire going to it and its right above the sensor gets any debris in there it could trip the light and make it come on so spray like brake clean on both front sensor rings and the bottom side of the sensors.

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