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11/24/2004
02:12:54

Subject: Help!!! abs light, CE light, etc
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I have a multitude of problems occuring all at the same time. It first started with the ABS light and the Brake light coming on and staying on after initial start up. It does not occur every time and it usually happens after a cold night. The Speedometer does not function during these times. The engine stalls when I come to a stop. And now the check engine light is coming on. The truck runs normally except for those times that the ABS and the Brake light are on. The vehicle is a 1999 with 65000 miles, V6 3.9L and it is a manual transmission. I do tow a small box trailer for work. Do I have a vacuum leak? Any suggestions? Next step is the dealer to get a code reading on the problems. thanks in advance



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11/24/2004
07:06:10

RE: Help!!! abs light, CE light, etc
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hey man, i had the same hing happen a while back (more than a year) dont remember exactly what is was causing it, but I do know i fixed it myself. Id suggest checking your air hat for the stalling problem, and for the abs and brake light I don know what that is as most all can vouch for it too common problem, your speed sensor on the rear end controls your abs and brake light. i think that is a 30-40$ sensor from dodge. there are no aftermarket replacements for that sensor (NAPA, ADVANCE AUTO ect)



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11/24/2004
09:02:35

RE: Help!!! abs light, CE light, etc
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If above doesn't lead to fix
possible poor ' ground ' connection
probably behind dash
need to tighten all screws holding "ground wires "
to metal



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