More clearly detailed please. And I would love to know how you determined it to be the "anti lock brake light" making the sound even with the car off??
The Dodge Intrepid has front and rear brake hoses
Could be a restricted/damaged brake hose or brake line on the left front.
how do i change to front brakes on a dodge durango?
The Starter for Dodge Stealth R/T's are located on the Front Right hand side of the car, it is actually attached to the front bottom of the Transmission next to the exhaust pipe and the front motor mount. It should have a Red rubber cover over the terminal as if it was a Battery. GSM
Front disk brake pads will usually run you $75.
With a mechanic!
take it to a qualified dodge mechanic
you have to remove the caliper to access the brake pads
sounds like the brake pads in front or back are worn out, if so need to change them before driving.
Should be at the firewall on driver's side in front of brake booster
two bolts in the steering knuckle and the brake line are all that attach to the brake caliper
replace front brake rotors and pads.
beat it off with a rubber mallet or get hub puller at part store
On the rear.
Master cylinder. Located on the firewall, driver's side, in front of the brake booster.
The grinding noise is the brakes pads proably the noise is in the front. The front brake pads are easy to replace and is a do it yourself sort of thing. My guess is your brake light is coming on because of this condition. I assume your brake light has been coming on for a little while now.
Front disc/rear drum
You might need new brake pads or rotors depending upon how worn down your brakes are. I have a 2003 Dodge Neon SXT and I had the front brake pads replaced for $140.
The manual for the 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 states that the torque on the front brake calipers should be set at 250 foot pounds. A proper torquing tool should be used.
most probably the early warning sensors on the front brake pads, letting you know it"s time to change your front brake pads.
Front and Rear Brake
Remove brake caliper, then caliper mounting frame (2 bolts under frame)
On the firewall, in front of the booster, on top of the master cylinder.
They have to be pressed out mechanically. Mitsubishi blew it on this design.