The ABS, and couple other lights stay on. Took to mx but he is unsure of what code actually goes with this issue.

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Asked by Dec 25, 2012 at 01:52 PM about the 2004 Land Rover Discovery HSE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The ABS light and other associated lights stay on.  Anyone else have to fix a similar issue?

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The ABS light comes on when the ABS sensor or the unit has problem Do you still have ABS on your Land Rover

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what are the "OTHER lights"??? there are a few reasons, not even related directly to ABS....let me know the other lights, and are they on constantly, or on occasion?

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John, The ABS, the TC, Brake and the rear end lift light.

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thats what I thought...most common is the lift LEVEL sensor, very common to rust out/seize/ go bad. Usually they flicker, or are off once the vehicle starts, but activates shortly after driving, or parked on an incline. I would definitely start with that. You know how/ where it is/ or I can tell you how to ohm it out, (checking resistance in the sensor) to determine if it is faulty or not while on the car!!! :) let me know

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