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Fix the failed speed sensor or bad tone ring. Every time you turn the key off your resetting the light. If the problem still exist then the light is turned on. Typically a bad speed sensor or failed tone ring like my last failure was.

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2 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Fix the failed speed sensor or bad tone ring. Every time you turn the key off your resetting the light. If the problem still exist then the light is turned on. Typically a bad speed sensor or failed tone ring like my last failure was.

 

 

 

 

Is that under the hood close to the battery and fuse box ?

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19 minutes ago, Dieselfuture said:

@Mopar1973Man I just changed my front wheel bearings and have a few years old sensor in rear end and my brake/abs light is back again after 2 weeks of no light, after front hub assemblys replaced. Not sure what to think now, kinda tired of it at the moment. 

 

You might have to get a OBDII tool that can report the ABS wheel speeds. Then monitor the wheel speeds while you drive then whichever wheel is dropping to zero could be a bad sensor or bad hub. Like mine the bearing was fine but the tone ring broke loose. 

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