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Old 27 Aug 2011, 04:36 pm
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Default Abs tcs prob...

Headed out this morning got to the end of the road only doing 5-10 mph put the brakes on .. Felt weird thought I'd knocked it slightly out of gear but realised the vibration was coming from the brake pedal.. Stopped fully and started off again and everything was fine for the rest of the day until I left off work and the same thing happened .. First time stopping after moving off felt like the abs was kicking in .. Fully stopped and started off again and all was fine.. Not sure what's going on I'm hoping somone can shed light on this.....


Now got a bit more serious....
went out today abs and traction control light came on..
took front wheels off inspected abs rings ...very corroded but no visible signs of a crack
disconnected battery left for 10mins to see if it would reset
checked brake resevoir ...nice and full
i understand you cant check the rear rings easily

im intending getting the abs sensors tested on tuesday to see if they are faulty
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