What happens when an ABS sensor fails?
When an ABS wheel sensor fails, it causes the anti-lock brakes to be inoperable. Anytime a fault is noticed, the system triggers an alert, and the ABS warning light comes on. From here, the vehicle's electronic control module stops receiving valuable data from the sensor. via
What does ABS mean on a Chevy Equinox?
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) Diagnosis Cost. via
What causes traction control and ABS light to come on?
The ABS and Traction Control lights come on whenever the vehicle's computer or PCM detects a malfunction, a faulty wheel sensor, or other mechanical failures. These warning lights do not imply anything severe by themselves but may point to a graver problem when paired with the main brake light going off. via
Where are ABS sensors located?
The ABS sensor is typically located in each wheel hub/rotor on a four channel ABS system. Some rear wheel drive applications have the sensor mounted in the rear differential. via
Can I drive with my ABS and traction control light on?
If the TCS and the ABS warning lights both come on, along with the red main brake warning light, you should not drive the car until the problem has been fixed. Your entire braking system is affected, and may not be able to stop your vehicle when you need it to. Have your vehicle towed to a repair shop. via
How much does a ABS module cost?
An ABS control module replacement can range from $320 to over $1,000. The wide price range isn't really driven by labor cost, which will typically be around $80-$120. It depends on how much the control module costs and how difficult it is to source. via