1999 Pontiac Grand Prix warning lights

Asked by Apr 23, 2016 at 11:08 PM about the 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Dr GTP Supercharged Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So my Pontiac needed new front wheel
barrings so I got them changes. Now my
ABS and Brake !P lights are on. They guy
who did it says there is enough brake fluid
so is there anyway to reset or check these
things or to fix them so they turn off.

2 Answers


Have him check his work, the ABS light is on probably due to a faulty wheel sensor or wiring issue. Those sensors are in the area of the bearing repair. The parking brake light is either low brake fluid in the reservoir due to a leak somewhere, you can check all 4 wheels for leaks and or the lines. It can also be the parking brake itself is on or the switch is faulty.


also, you can reset the light by disconnecting the positive battery cable for 1 minute but check and make sure your parking break doesn't stick and if that don't fix it take it back and tell them to fix it.

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