Generally, that means that the ABS computer has detected a fault somewhere in the system. Quite often it's a wheel sensor, but it can also be the module. To accurately determine what's going on you'll have to connect the ABS to a code reader. Note that this probably isn't the same code reader that you would use for your engine. You may need to go to a brake shop or the dealer to scan the ABS module. Unfortunately, many shops are staffed by people who have no business working on cars. Their solution often is to just replace parts until it starts working, then to charge you for all of the parts that they replaced and give you a long bill, claiming that they were all bad. I don't trust most shops, but don't get me started on that one. most of the time when the light goes on , is a problem with the modulator. go to a servise station and have them use a scan tool and you would just go from there.
ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System). If the light is on then you have a problem with that system.
You are SUPPOSED to get an ABS light on your dash if a malfunction has been detected on the Anti-lock Brake System
A you sure this light does not say, ABS. ABS stands for Anti-Lock Brakes. If the light is on there is a problem with the ABS system.A you sure this light does not say, ABS. ABS stands for Anti-Lock Brakes. If the light is on there is a problem with the ABS system.
If the Anti-lock Brake System ( ABS ) warning light is on , a problem has been detected with the Anti-lock Brake System It could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem As long as the red " BRAKE " light in your dash is not on you still have " normal " brakes
It usually means that you Anti-lock Braking System (ABS used as the acronym) is malfunctioning or something is disfunctional. It is usually the speed or rate your vehicle is going, and nothing is to be alarmed of.
have 1994 Chevrolet G20 van that the anti lock light comes on
when this light is on it means that there is something wrong with your anti-lock-brake system and you should go get it checked.
ABS was an option on Villagers. If you have an ABS light that lights up when you turn the key on the dash, you have it. If not, you don't.
because there is a problem with your anti-lock brakes
NORMALY ON ANY CAR WHEN A DASH WARNING LIGHT COMES ON MEANS THE SYSTEM IS MALFUNCTIONING OR HAS A PROBLEM AND NEEDS TO BE CHECKED. IN THE CASE OF ANTI-LOCK YOUR BRAKES MIGHT ONLY WORK WITHOUT THE ANTILOCK UNTILL CHECKED WHICH MEANS IT WILL TAKE YOU LONGER TO STOP AND YOU CAN LOCK UP YOUR BRAKES. GET A FREE BRAKE CHECK AT LOCAL SHOP.
Anti-lock Braking System
you have to have a diagonstic reader to reset the light. Before you reset the light make sure there is nothing wrong with the abs or the sending unit on the abs
A problem has been detected with the Anti-lock Brake System It could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem As long as the red " BRAKE " light in your dash is not on , you still have " normal " brakes ( it's just that the anti-lock feature does not work )
When anti-lock brake light comes on and goes off, it may be due to a malfunctioning wheel sensor. Another possible cause of this problem is a malfunctioning ignition switch.
The red light that blinks after you lock the car is the 'alarm armed' light.
abs light is anti lock braking system. if this light stays on it can result in an mot failure.
Light with a lock on the car
If your ABS light is lit up a problem with the Anti-lock Brake System has been detected . As long as the " BRAKE " light in your dash is not lit up you still have " normal " brakes
This goes on to inform you of a problem with the anti-lock braking system. It is controlled by a computer called the electronic control unit.
There are many reasons why the anti-lock light would turn on in a 1994 Ford Mustang GT. One reason are bad ABS sensors.
Do you see ABS on the dash screen when you start it up?
IF the ABS light is on there has been a malfunction with the anti-lock brakes. Only the dealer or an authorized repair center will be equiped with the proper tools to check that light and the components in the anti-lock system.
I have owned 2 Generation 5 Monte Carlo's, an 95 and a 96. On my First one, when it was at about 25,000 miles, the anti lock light stayed on steady. I had it worked on several times under warranty and they were servicing the Anti lock system, which was obviously not fixing it. then they Discovered a short in the tail lights, fixed that, and it never happened again. on my Second Monte, the anti lock light does the same thing. I have had the anti lock system checked, and it IS infact working (plus I have used it a couple times, being from Utah and having lots of snow, and needed to stop fast, I assure you my anti lock brakes work). anyway, I have never had this car looked at for a short, but I assume that it is probably the Culprit. in any event, the light on is not affecting the system in my car anyway.AnswerIt is on because there is a problem with the Anti-Lock brake system. Your normal brake system will still work. Have this looked at by a professional, as it is not a DIY repair, unless your are knowledgeable. Answeras it happened to me, the anti lock light would come on then go off, then back on and volts light came on to. installed new battery and anti lock and volts light are off. then anti lock came back on a day later. then volts light came back on. then the car went totally dead as i was driving. this whole time the anti lock lights were not flashing on and off but were on solid, which means you still have brakes. i replaced the alternator and all is good. so there may be not enough electrical power to keep the anti lock system active.
antilock brakes could lock up on any vehicle for various reasons. for ex, a wheel sensor/trigger wheel is dirty(mud) and the sensor can pick up the signal, the computer will not activate the antilock feature.if the antilock light is lighted on the dash the wheels will lock.