My 2003 Pontiac grand am se2 says it comes standard with abs but no dash lights come on.

Asked by Jun 02, 2014 at 02:43 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am SE2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've checked the fuse it's still good,  
but I have yet to take the tire off and
see if I have the sensors. Is there
anything I can check to see if I have
abs for sure ?

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If you see any wires at all going to the hubs, you have ABS. It is part of the hub on your car and cannot be serviced. It's also a chore to get the hub off, best left to a front end shop. It's possible that the ABS light is burned out on the dash - it should light with the key ON, before you start the motor. There should be something like this: (( ! )) under the word BRAKE. That's the ABS alert.

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