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  • avatar karjunkie 09/05/08 4:43 pm PST

    Assuming your brakes are working properly, the problem may be that you just have a faulty wheel sensor that is sending false signals to the your on board computer. Go to your local auto parts store and ask for a free OBDII scan to see what fault codes you get. If it is the wheel sensor it may have to be replaced. Hopefully you are still under warranty.

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  • karjunkie 09/05/08 4:43 pm PST

    Assuming your brakes are working properly, the problem may be that you just have a faulty wheel sensor that is sending false signals to the your on board computer. Go to your local auto parts store and ask for a free OBDII scan to see what fault codes you get. If it is the wheel sensor it may have to be replaced. Hopefully you are still under warranty.

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