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I am having a problem with my ABS...It doesn't work. I recently put brake fluid in, so that is not the problem. The "ANTILOCK" light does come on after i have driven for a while. At first there was a grinding sound coming from the front BEFORE they stopped working, then a couple days ago they stopped working entirely. What could be wrong?

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Did id grind all the time or just under braking? I can't imagine it being involved with the ABS system anyway- it's likely an electrical issue. Where in Maine do you live?
 

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Make that "Did it grind..." Damn the caffine!!
 

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Sounds like a bad ABS sensor, my front left sensor when bad and it acted similarly.

The fix (for me anyway): Disable ABS and live with that annoying light.



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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by lance:
Did id grind all the time or just under braking? Where in Maine do you live?</font>
It only made the grinding sound when I put on the brakes. And I live in central Maine.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ebola:
I am having a problem with my ABS...It doesn't work. I recently put brake fluid in, so that is not the problem. The "ANTILOCK" light does come on after i have driven for a while. At first there was a grinding sound coming from the front BEFORE they stopped working, then a couple days ago they stopped working entirely. What could be wrong?

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Here is what you do. Go over to the passengers side kick panel under the glovebox next to the door. Take it off. Start the car. Drive it. After like 5 minutes driving pull over. Do not turn the car off. Look at the flashes on the box.
This is the description of which sensor is bad:

Led flashes-
1=Left front solinoid circuit
2=right "" "" ""
3=Both
5=Left front wheel sensor
6=right "" "" ""
7=right rear sensor
8=left rear
9=motor and relay motor
10=solenoid valve relay
15=sensor rotor16=Control Unit
Off=power and ground
 
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I have fixed the problem. It was a faulty connection. Thank you to everyone who replied.

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