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  • avatar reynaldoandico 04/28/13 4:16 pm PST

    When you feel that pressure on your brake pedal that the ABS going active, And of course when the ABS pump runs the traction light comes on.The speed sensor is not the problem, I have traced these problem with the steering angle sensor being out of calibration, What happens ,when the steering angle is out of calibration and your steering wheel is straight, The steering angle does not see this and thinks it in a turn,so it applies the ABS to keep you straight, So here is the solution get the steering angle sensor calibrated,

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  • reynaldoandico 04/28/13 4:16 pm PST

    When you feel that pressure on your brake pedal that the ABS going active, And of course when the ABS pump runs the traction light comes on.The speed sensor is not the problem, I have traced these problem with the steering angle sensor being out of calibration, What happens ,when the steering angle is out of calibration and your steering wheel is straight, The steering angle does not see this and thinks it in a turn,so it applies the ABS to keep you straight, So here is the solution get the steering angle sensor calibrated,

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