what could be the cause for my car's brake light and ABS light going on as well as the speedometer and RPM meter goes to 0 when I was drivng at 65 mph. It also happened when I was stopped in park?

Asked by Jun 07, 2013 at 09:17 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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there are senders on each wheel that let the computer know how fast each wheel is going and comparatively will apply the brakes to avoid an out-of-control skid...what's happening is communication with these sensors has been severed...follow the wires that go to each one and unplug and test to find out where the culprit is~

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communication has quit...warning will robinson warning warning~....alas the light comes on~

really kinda surprises me that they don't have redundant speed checking with a gear on the driveshaft combined with the data from the speed sensors on each wheel....comparative analysis...already in their hands~

modules...overwrought with modules, seems to be the automotive jedi way now...thirty years ago there were no modules...you cannot repair a module...where's the craftsmanship gone to? modules modules, bout to drive me mad~

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