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Old 03-23-2014, 04:12 PM   #1
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ABS & ATC dash lights

I have a 2002 Holliday Rambler Endeaver. The ABS on dash has come on ,allso the ATC light.My brakes or nothing else has been affected, ever thing works fine. My ? is why

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Old 03-23-2014, 06:31 PM   #2
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Get the brakes checked. The ABS light on does not indicate the brakes aren't working. It indicates that you may not have anti-locking if you hit the brakes hard.

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Both the ABS and ATC rely on wheel speed sensors to work properly. Odds are one or more wheel sensors have failed, or, more likely, had a wire come loose or corrode.

As Tony Di says, the ABS light means the anti-lock function isn't operative. The brakes still work fine, but they now rely on the driver to detect a brake lock-up and adjust accordingly. ATC light means the Automatic Traction Control isn't working, so you might spin a rear wheel on a slippery surface.
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