Originally Posted by TomHope123
Thats for the input... There is no droaning sound coming from the front while driving and I already replaced both front wheel-bearing assemblies, both of which did come with new ABS sensors attached. The brakes work great. Do you have any other ideas as to what could be causing the ABS Light to be coming on after brakes are initially applied and then released?
I'm not super versed in ABS either. i believe there is a pick up sensor in the rear diff for the rear single channel ABS. there may be something with that or a malfuntion in the accuators that control the abs. I'm pretty sure Autozone or Advance or Oreilly's wont be able to help you unless they have a pretty expensive scantool. ABS codes generally need to be read by the Dealer computer.
Just a thought but it may be worth goin to the dealer and payin the 55-90 dollar fee to have them diagnose the problem and just tell them thats all you really would like them to do and then you can fix it yourself............. you can always reset the computer by removing the battery cable for a couple minutes... i hope this helps more, i'm not really good with ABS systems. i know the old school proportioning valve systems better lol.