my abs light keeps going on and off even though i had the brakes and roadersturned why?

Asked by Jan 18, 2015 at 03:28 AM about the 2010 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it dose not stay on but the brakes and roaters have been turned but the abs lighjt keeps coming on why

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Sounds like you have a sensor that needs to be replaced.

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when does the light come on??..// with just normal driving or when your braking....the ABS system is a separate system from your base brakes...turning the rotors would have no effect on the ABS ...// it mostly likely is seeing a sensor drop out and then come back that's why the light does not stay on steady ...// you may have a bad tone wheel that at certain speed shows a open that is out of the normal parameters that its supposed to see thus making the system think there is something wrong and then at lower speeds goes back to the normal gap reading there for correcting its self ...// with a scan tool that can read ABS codes you should be able to pin point what wheel is giving you the issue

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