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    Question Help With ABS/Parking Brake Lights....

    A few months back, my ABS & Parking brake lights both come on & stay on. Hooked a code reader up & it stated that it may be a bad relay, amongst other things. So I am going about this by process of elimination and starting with replacing the relay. One problem, (and I will be the first to admit it) I don't know where it is located. If anyone can help, it would be much appreciated. I think it is near the module or part of it. No, I don't have a repair manual. Chilton's aren't what they use to be and Haynes aren't the greatest. Please help.

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    welcome to the club. someone will move this to the right thread so you get some kind of answer.
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    Welcome to the club, it's good to have you here. I think your relay will be under the hood on the drivers side. Good luck and keep us posted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by donyms View Post
    Welcome to the club, it's good to have you here. I think your relay will be under the hood on the drivers side. Good luck and keep us posted.
    OK, I looked in both fuse locations (under the hood & inside the drivers door on the side of the dash. Could not find anything labeled ABS on any of the relay locations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donyms View Post
    Welcome to the club, it's good to have you here. I think your relay will be under the hood on the drivers side. Good luck and keep us posted.
    P.S. I know it had been a while since I posted that question, a lot been going on and now I am back to it.

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    It would be helpful to those who can offer an opinion/response if you could mention more details about your vehicle (i.e changed tire size, used a programmer, or any other pertinent information such as; can you get the lights to turn off once you reset the code; if so, when do the light come back on, etc. Reprogramming tire size sometimes sets off these lights but would need to know more.....


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