sensors rarely go out i'd try first check brake fluid top it off this can cause brake light to come on if full check your brake pads and rotors you got to take your tires off any rust will set off the brake light inside your truck if they are fine then you should get your ball joints and tie rod ends checked out by a pro
The ABS light may or may not be lighting due to a faulty sensor. If it is, and it is common to happen, you need to find out which one. Take it to an independent repair shop and they will need to troubleshoot it.
I have the same problem on my Econoline 96, I've taken it to a dealer and several independent shops with no solution. My econoline does this mostly in the summer, and not during the cool days or winter.
Can be the level is low or the sensor is going back.
probabaly a knock sensor going off
It could be bad with out turning the light on.
you just turn it
the check engine light goes on and all the other lights ABS, brake, trac keep coming on and going off
The light is flashing.
Likely a faulty coolant temperature sensor. Change the sensor.
Check to see if the fixture has a sensitivity setting or switch. Perhaps it needs to be adjusted or set correctly? I'm looking for the proper settings for mine now. Here is THE ANSWER: The photo cell that senses light and darkness is sensing the light coming from the fixture being controlled. Reposition the sensor away from the light of the fixture. Or shield the sensor from the light. Ideally the sensor should be located away from the light source.
Faulty sensor get it replaced if not check to make sure wire isn't shorting out
A sensor is used to detect something such as movement, a change in light, a change in temperature, a certain gas, etc. A detector and a sensor are essentially the same thing.
it's leaking or not sealing properly, bad sensor and or wiring
It depends. If the sensor is working, just reset the computer. Otherwise you have to change the sensor.