Needs to be scanned with an abs function scanner for a proper daignosis.
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You need it scanned with a ABS scanner to figure out what the problem really
is. It could be a screwed up wire, or wheel sensor, and the list goes on.
It can be a cheap fix, to a expensive fix. Just replacing parts you think
it might be can get pretty expensive and a huge waste of time. Was the ABS
light on before you replaced the rear brakes? I could make a guess what it
could be and test it, but your better just getting scanned. A cheap OBDII
scanner will NOT read ABS codes even though they both plug into the same
Driver said just the brk light was on the abs light was not until the
rear brks where replaced I took it buy the dealer an the tech. looked
at it but didnt hook it up I do not have a way to read the abs but
will get it read before changing any parts. funny that replaceing rear
brk and the light comeing on at that time Thanks for the come back
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Did add brk fluid will look at sensor his brake are good just will you
know no abs and that *amn light :lol
> > Driver said just the brk light was on the abs light was not
> until the
> > rear brks where replaced I took it buy the dealer an the
> tech. looked
> > at it but didnt hook it up I do not have a way to read the
> abs but
> > will get it read before changing any parts. funny that
> replaceing rear
> > brk and the light comeing on at that time Thanks for the
> come back
> Never one to make assumptions. You have checked the brake
> fluid level AND
> made sure the float is not stuck to the bottom of the
> reservoir tripping the
> warning lights?
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