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PAUL
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9/18/2013
13:58:41

Subject: RE: Abs/brake light stays on
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SOMETIMES BOTH LIGHTS ARE ON TODAY ONLY THE ABS BUT I TRIED TO CRANK THE ENGINE AND NO START JUST A LOT OF TRYING ?




zack
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10/09/2013
16:45:00

RE: Abs/brake light stays on
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Paul,
my brake/abs lights both stay on as well. I bought
the truck after it sat for about 5 years, so a few
buddies of mine told me that my rear drum brakes are
probably stuck open and thats why my light stays on.



erica
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1/11/2014
15:09:56

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i have a 91 dodge dakota and its a stick shift and both of my lights are on my brake light and anti lock light on my dash and i cant get it off so many people have told me about there being a switch under the brake petal or up on the dash above the brake petal and i or my husband can find it. and i need to get it off so it can pass so we can get it legal can anyone please help?



Scott Matsui
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5/08/2020
16:39:17

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I have a 2004 Dodge Dakota 4.7L V8 Quad Cab.
It has about 79,000 miles on it and the engine
runs great and the brakes work fine. I just
had a 21 point inspection done on the vehicle
and there is nothing wrong with the brakes
however the ABS and Emergency Brake lights are
always on. I want to resolve this issue.

Based on the messages in this thread, it seems
simple and inexpensive to replace.

What sensors should I replace? And, where are
they located on my truck?



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