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Old 04-27-2013, 02:20 AM   #1
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A couple months ago these lights started to turn on. They turn on randomly and don't turn off until I turn my car off and start it again. Anyone know what the problem is/how to fix it? I'll post a picture the next time they go off. Its the ABS INOP, ASR OFF, and BREAK lights.
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It could be a lot of things but you need to take the car to a shop that has a Tech2 GM scan tool to retrieve the ABS codes. Then go from there.
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A friend of mine said that too. He also said the wires going to one of the tires brakes could be getting moisture and corroded. He said a scan tool could tell which one specifically if that's the problem.
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A friend of mine said that too. He also said the wires going to one of the tires brakes could be getting moisture and corroded. He said a scan tool could tell which one specifically if that's the problem.
Yes a GM Tech2 scanner can access the ABS system, Im not aware of any other scanner that can access that info.
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Thanks for the help! I'll look around here to see if someone has one I could use. As for what I said about the wiring, do you think that could be it?
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Could be many many things, hopefully something cheap.
If it is intermediate, I would guess wheel speed sensor though.
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Do you possibly have a led 3rd brake light?
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Yeah I think so. Not sure if its LED though
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