Why would the ABS light on a newish Impala come on after the car has
been sitting practically unused for five months? It hasn't seen real
road driving in that time, but recently has been driven around the
driveway to move it around to make space for other cars.
I guess any links to ABS light diagnosis resources would be most helpful.
Unfortunately, some cars break if you don't use them too. Have the ABS codes
checked, without knowing the code, no one can tell you anything. ;) Well,
the people who know can't tell you anything, you'll get a lot of "replace
this" and "replace that", but don't fall for it.
Start the car. crawl under it and wiggle the plug where it enters the
hub on all wheels and have somebody looking at the dash at the same
time. If that doesn't cure it then pull the plugs and clean contacts
and try. Good luck.
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 06:30:32 GMT, Jody Lee Bruchon
See my first post Shep. People want this guy to do a bunch of things,
wasting time, when a quick trip to a local mechanic/AutoZone could tell him
EXACTLY where to start looking.
Read codes, reset, test drive, read codes, diagnose, repair. Piece of cake.
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