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Chances are the first thing you'll notice is that your ABS light is on. Some additional warnings, such as the traction control indicator, may also be illuminated. When the ABS light turns on, the control module will store a corresponding diagnostic trouble code (DTC) in its memory. A mechanic can use that code as a starting point for further troubleshooting.
Typically, if there’s a problem that’s triggering the ABS warning light, the ABS module will disable the system entirely. If the car has traction and stability control, those systems may also be inoperative since they are integrated with the ABS system.
Do you have a late-model car with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), such as automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control? If the ABS system isn’t working right, several ADAS functions, such as these, may also be disabled.Get a Quote 1-Year | 12,000-Mile Warranty
We’re talking about your brakes here. If the ABS light is on, that means there’s a problem that could reduce the safety of your car in an emergency situation. As such, you should get the issue diagnosed and repaired immediately.
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