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300c ABS ESP lights on

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Old 02-16-2017, 07:00 PM
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I'm new to this forum but I badly need help. My ABS, ESP and traction control light always turn on. I have already replaced all speed sensors and bled the brakes. After doing this and doing a reset, the lights cleared but after a week, it turned back on again. I'm at a loss. Now it shows I have a P1004 error code. Does anyone know what this is?

Any help would be much appreciated.
 
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what year 300 what engine size
 
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Originally Posted by CHRYSLER TECH View Post
what year 300 what engine size
2008 with the V6 3.5L engine
 
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well your P1004 code is for a short runner valve in the engine has nothing to do with your ABS light need some one with an ABS scanner to see what the codes are in the computer first.
 
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If it was just the ESP and traction control lights, I'd say clock spring. Chrysler's had some bad ones over the years. I got a notice on my Jeep just the other day that Chrysler was extending the warranty on my clock spring to 10 years and 150,000 miles because of all the clock spring issues they've had recently. But with ABS light on too... the only real way to know is to use an ABS scanner. Those aren't cheap (for car owners anyhow, pretty cheap if you're amortizing it over hundreds of cars repaired), so you'll need to take it to a shop for that.

Just to confirm: When you're driving straight down the road, your steering wheel is straight also? Because if it's cocked to one side or the other, that'll make your ESP light come on big-time.
 
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