Hii I have camry car model 2010 why abs light on ?

Asked by Aug 14, 2016 at 11:12 AM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Hii I have camry car model 2010 why abs light on?

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The ABS...Anti lock brake system......light comes on when the ABS Computer see's something wrong with the system. The system is usually disabled until the problem is repaired. Basic Brake System is still functional. Your Computer needs to be scanned for codes. Some Auto Parts store will provide this service for free. Call them up first and get back to us with the codes stored in the computer. Write down the codes numbers.

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There is a fault codes stored for the ABS system. Either a week sensor, the wiring or module is tripping the system. Have a mechanic scan the car scanned for the code and the problem.

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Hamid.......did you fix the problem with this vehicle?

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