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Old 12-07-2012, 03:37 AM
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Question Traction control & ABS light

Could these be sensors? How can this be fixed? Where are these two sensors located? Would i be able to fix it myself or should it be taken to the auto repair shop and done by a technician?
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Could these be sensors? How can this be fixed? Where are these two sensors located? Would i be able to fix it myself or should it be taken to the auto repair shop and done by a technician?
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You can't know until you check the codes in the control module that help indicate what the problem actually might be.


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You can't know until you check the codes in the control module that help indicate what the problem actually might be.


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You'll need VAG-COM to read the codes in the ABS module. Codes for that won't show up with a generic OBDII scanner.
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