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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-17-2010 Thread Starter
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2002 Mustang gt abs light stays on

the light on my gt stays on, and when i press the brakes it glows brighter. I cant turn off the traction at all, even if i press the button. the car drives well. please help me


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the light on my gt stays on, and when i press the brakes it glows brighter. I cant turn off the traction at all, even if i press the button. the car drives well. please help me
You probably have a bad ABS sensor. The car is driveable but, no ABS functionality. The ABS computer has a code stored the should tell you which one is bad.


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I have the same issue. I've changed all the ABS sensors. it could be your ABS control module. The Traction control system is tied into your ABS system via the ABS control module. Not a cheap part by any means...

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I have the same issue. I've changed all the ABS sensors. it could be your ABS control module. The Traction control system is tied into your ABS system via the ABS control module. Not a cheap part by any means...
did changing the sensor work? i have a spare module. please tell me more

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nope didn't work..still have the ABS and TCS light

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have you gotten it checked? i need some advice

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