That's right. You need to get the codes read from the computer to find out what ABS codes are in there on both of these vehicles. There are sensors at the wheels that tell the car's computer what speed the whels are turning at, when one or more wheels are not turning at the same speed such a when you skid or hit ice for example it will engage the ABS braking action. SO if the computer loses a signal from one or more of the sensors, it will set a code and throw the light on to tell you that it wants help.
What State has the ABS light as part of inspection?
Saturday, August 4th, 2007 AT 1:37 PM