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 Post subject: abs light
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 3:24 pm 
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brakes got done but now my abs light is on brakes work fine and don lock up so what wrong with it :?:
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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 3:40 pm 
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What has been done to them,

What Model Car

Could be

Dirty Sensor ring, Clean Sensor rings,
And the Pick up as they are magnets any metal meterial will stick to them, and give false readings,

 

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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 5:57 pm 
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its a 93 ed fairmont pads changed and were is the sensers and stuff
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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 10:44 pm 
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The sensors are behind the Brake Rotor,

The main ring is fitted to the brake rotor, the sensor is bolted to the stub axel,

Fault Codes

The 2 digit Fault Codes are read as flashes of the ABS Warning Lamp.
Example: Fault code 17 = One flash followed by a pause, followed by seven flashes.


Codes may also be extracted from the Diagnostic Connector.
Connect a Voltmeter or LED test lamp to the Diagnostic Connector ABS/STO terminal.

Fault Code Erasure
1. Connect a jumper wire between the Diagnostic Connector terminal ABS STI and Ground.
2. Switch ignition ON.
3. After 10 seconds approx. the ABS Warning Lamp will begin to flash codes.
4. As the fault codes are being outputted to the ABS warning lamp, remove the jumper wire.
5. After a minimum of 5 seconds, switch the ignition to OFF.
6. Carry out Fault Code Extraction to ensure correct erasure.
7. The ECM should flash "System Pass" code. (Code 11)

Fault Code Extraction



When the ignition is switched on, the ABS ECM performs a self test.
The absence of a correct Ground strap will cause permanent failure of the ECM.
Ensure that the battery Ground strap is fitted correctly before switching the ignition to ON.



1. Connect a jumper wire between the Diagnostic Connector terminal ABS STI and Ground.
2. Switch ignition ON.
3. After approximately 10 seconds the ABS Warning Lamp will begin to flash codes as follows:
The ECM module identification code = 9 flashes (Code 90)
Any current fault codes. (These will be repeated twice)
Separator code - 1 flash which will separate current fault codes from previous fault codes.
Any previous fault codes from fault code history.

(history fault codes erase after 50 ignition starts - Memory roll over = 50)

Fault Code Table

Code # Circuit and Status

10 Separator Code
Separates codes

11 All Circuits
System pass

17 Hydraulic Solenoid
Continuously powered up. Possible relay fault or ignition open contact

18 ECM
ECM internal fault detected.
Supply Voltage <7 Volts.
Blown fuse.
ECM main connector loose or poor contact.
EPROM failure.
Ground contact failure


When the ignition is switched on, the ABS ECM performs a self test.

The absence of a correct Ground strap will cause permanent failure of the ECM.
Ensure battery ground strap is fitted correctly before switching the ignition to ON.

29 Hydraulic Actuator
Open or shorted wiring.
ECM main connector loose or poor contact.
High resistance wiring in hydraulic actuator or ECM

31 ABS Warning Lamp
Not functioning correctly.
Lamp blown or poor contact.
Fuse blown.
Open or short in wiring

32 Hydraulic Solenoid Voltage Monitor
Voltage low.
Open or short in wiring.
ABS ECM relay fault.
Electrical connector has poor contact.
Low ambient temperature for long period of time.
Large drain on vehicle electrical system.

33 Warning Lamp Diode
Diode failure.
Wiring fault between diode and ABS ECM main relay

34 Excessive Speed Sensor Signal Decay
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM braking pattern map.
Actuator failure.
Hydraulic lines connected incorrectly.
ECM wired incorrectly.
Actuator wired incorrectly.
Vehicle has been braked on snow or ice (Or some other non friction surface)

35 Pump Motor
Pump relay permanently ON.
Pump relay open circuit.
Low Voltage or no Voltage available at pump.
Motor open circuit.

36 Brake Decay Extended
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM braking pattern map
Parking brake ON while vehicle was driven.
Damaged or missing sensor ring.
Brake is not able to decay pressure.

43 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM maps.
Sensor gap too large.
Sensor ring damaged or missing.
Excessive axle runout.
No output or low output from sensor.
Wiring harness open circuit or poor contact connector.
Vehicle has spun wheels on loose surface.
Vehicle had extended stop on low friction surface.

44 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM maps.
Sensor gap too large.
Sensor ring damaged or missing.
Excessive axle runout.
No output or low output from sensor.
Wiring harness open circuit or poor contact connector.
Vehicle has spun wheels on loose surface.
Vehicle had extended stop on low friction surface.

45 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM maps.
Sensor gap too large.
Sensor ring damaged or missing.
Excessive axle runout.
No output or low output from sensor.
Wiring harness open circuit or poor contact connector.
Vehicle has spun wheels on loose surface.
Vehicle had extended stop on low friction surface.

46 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM maps.
Sensor gap too large.
Sensor ring damaged or missing.
Excessive axle runout.
No output or low output from sensor.
Wiring harness open circuit or poor contact connector.
Vehicle has spun wheels on loose surface.
Vehicle had extended stop on low friction surface.

47 Wheel Speed
Speed Sensor count does not fit ECM maps.
Missing or damaged sensor ring.
Incorrect sensor ring fitted to vehicle (Tooth count).
No output or low output from sensor.
One wheel has wheel spin for 3 to 8 seconds after key ON.
Two wheels have wheel spin for more than 20 seconds after key ON.

71 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor
Continuity Fault.
Wiring harness shorted to Ground or open circuit.
Loose or damaged connector terminal.

72 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor
Continuity Fault.
Wiring harness shorted to Ground or open circuit.
Loose or damaged connector terminal.

73 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor
Continuity Fault.
Wiring harness shorted to Ground or open circuit.
Loose or damaged connector terminal.

74 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor
Continuity Fault.
Wiring harness shorted to Ground or open circuit.
Loose or damaged connector terminal.

90 Model ID
Normal output


Hope this help a bit

Scotty2611

 

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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 10:49 pm 
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hmm yer thanks for that with all the info i might b better letting a auo elec look at it cheers
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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 8:18 am 
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It really is not that hard mate,

Would pay to spend some time and have a go

 

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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 11:32 am 
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ok kool i dont have the gear but if im up ur way and i give ya some notice and cash could ya do it and show me at the same time
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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 1:17 pm 
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Did you get ABS compatible pads? They are different I am led to believe.

 

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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 1:23 pm 
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duno was done just befor i bought the car
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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 2:38 pm 
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There is no difference in the brake pads, just the rotors

Scotty

 

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 Post subject: Re: abs light
Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 6:59 pm 
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scotty2611 wrote:
There is no difference in the brake pads, just the rotors

Scotty

Ok cool, I know the Mitsi Magna/Diamante ones are different, was assuming these would be too.

 

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