The following lights came on all at once: ABS, Brake light, ESP, BAS and traction control. Any idea why?

Asked by Jul 25, 2016 at 04:47 PM about the 2007 Dodge Charger R/T

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

This is a retired police car. i've had it about a year and had no other problems.

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Scan it for codes expect U1417 or the like...1418 WSS DTC codes if possible confirm the speed sensors in real time live data stream. Check all the connectors visually I'm totally guessing But this only takes 10 minutes to locate the cause when the vehicle is present.

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I had those lights come on on my 2009 dodge charger former police car .I ordered a diagnostic tool and when I received it it showed my right rear vehicle speed sensor circuit was defective .As there were no frayed wires or visible damage I replaced the right rear abs sensor and did both rear brake pads at same time.The sensor had a single style plug on it looked like it was half the plug needed for the through floor electrical connection turns out it is but the apparently double style plug is separable and works just fine.After finishing the under car work I proceeded to start the vehicle and at that point all the warning lights were on ,the check engine light the brake failure light and the mr.squiggles ,abs lights.I used the diagnostic tool to reset the abs sensor fault turning off the abs esp lights ,then did an engine computer diagnostic received an 0501 code telling me it had a problem with reading the rear sensors (turns out if you disconnect the plugs for the vehicle speed sensors they are continuously monitored and will throw a code for it )So the engine computer needs to be reset and now it is fine!

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