2000 Jeep Cherokee 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic
Console Brake Light stays on when the ignition is on. Replaced the Hand Brake Switch without any change. Replaced the brake light bulbs with no change. Brake Fliud reservoir is full. ABS console is also on. Code identified the left rear ABS sensor which I replaced. ABS console light remains on.
An ABS sensor failure will cause an ABS light to be on
was the reservoir fluid switch checked
do you have low brake paddle is so check for air in the system
March, 1, 2010 AT 6:48 PM
As I stated in my initial message, the Brake Fluid Reservoir is full and the Left Rear ABS sensor was replaced. My Scan Tool code identifies the Left Rear Sensor again. I have a solid Brake pedal. Why does the console brake light stay on?
March, 1, 2010 AT 7:03 PM
only trying to help
if both ABS and brake light on
scanner tool should tell you why the light on
drive truck do you have reading on all tires?
March, 1, 2010 AT 7:14 PM
Jack O: Very sorry if I came across in a rude manner. Just frustrated with these problems. Gone to two shops and spent over $185 for their so-called analysis. Hand Brake switch and left rear ABS sensor replacements. Told the console lights would turn off after several ignition cycles. Now told I it must be the ABS Control unit ($$$). I'll try replacing the Brake Fluid reservoir sensor. Thank You
March, 1, 2010 AT 7:26 PM
I hate it when repair shop do that, as they got the money and out the door they dont care be some one else problem
I do understand your frustration
and NO problem
just check the switch or disconnected
if light out replace or check the float inside
make sure it up
if have the scanner that should show
selected ABS and go to data