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2002 Land Rover Discovery - ABS light, Tractions Control light and Hill Descent light all on. Vehicle runs fine. Same situation occurred on our 2004 Land Rover Discovery and I beleive it was some type of sensor which needed to be replaced.

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I have same probleme with my land rover, this trouble is intermitant wath can i do abs light traction control andhill descent if you have he ansher for me [email protected] thank you

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It's called the "3 Amigos" (google it) and points to ABS modulator or wheel speed sensors, mainly.

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