Any idea why my ABS Light is on. The Brakes are, and work fine?

Asked by Feb 09, 2012 at 12:57 PM about the 2001 Dodge Stratus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is there any way to shut this light off? Everything is fine as far as my brakes and engine are concerned?????

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You could try disconecting the battery to let any error codes clear from the ECU memory, or get someone with an ODB II reader to clear the codes for you. There is no other way apart from taking the bulb out to switch the light off.

I'll give that a shot..... Thanks

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ABS and BRAKE lights come on when you have an ABS fault code, or a bad wheel speed sensor. its pretty much on to alert you to the fact that YES your brakes still work perfectly, but the ABS system is now inactive due to a fault in the system. odds are you have a bad wheel speed sensor some where, because the BRAKE light is a signal of a parts failure

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