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Old 09-13-2013, 07:38 AM
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ABS light comes on after I remove front drivers tire to grease Tie Rod. A few days later the Brake light comes on as well . Both lights stay on . Regular Brakes all OK, no leaks , fluid level good, Emergency brake not on.
Pulled the codes from the ABS
- # 10 - ABS Valve Power Feed Malfunction ...could this be from pulling the fuse out to see if that set the light off ??I have no idea what this is ??

- # 2 ABS Left front speed / signal

- # 6 ABS left rear speed / signal
Is the left the drivers or passenger side as it differs depending on where you are ?

Once we cleared the codes BOTH the ABS and Brake light went out and when I drove it they BOTH came back on at the same time

Any idea ??
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It's a 2002 Chrysler Town and Country
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Old 09-13-2013, 12:30 PM
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Left is drivers replace the sensors then see if the valve code comes back if so then abs module or pump assembly
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Default brakes spongy 2004 chrysler voyager

Hello Pals., thanks for all your replies.

I have ordered a ECU for the vehicle to fix engine miss on one cylinder. This was diagnosed by Chrysler trained mechanic. The ecu I ordered is from a Dodge grand caravan and had been programmed with the vehicle vin. I am awaiting the ECU. I also have brake issues, soft pedal, drops away with engine running. Have had a previous dealer report from previous owner saying Master Cylinder should be changed and then possible ABS should be changed. Considering all above.

1. with dodge ecu fit Chrysler Grand Voyager. o.k.
2. Will fitting the ECU possibly fix brakes issue.
3. Also Fans behind radiator not working, will fitting ECU fix this issue as well?

Reading posts, it appears Master Cylinder may need replacing.

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ABS and PCM are separate computers as for your fan and brake issue no way to know you have not posted the issue with them yet need a diog before a solution can be given
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