Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 02:38:56 GMT
From: jim.mnopsamens.com (Jim)
Subject: Re: Lights On


voltair215nopsamcom (Voltair215) wrote: >When the temperature is extremely hot, 90+ degrees F, the brake fluid and ABS >lights come on and stay on simultaneously until I turn the engine off and allow >it to cool off. This happens on occasion. The car continues to run fine. Any >ideas on what's going on? > >Thanks, > >Claude About 95% of electrical connections are bad connections. I suggest you disconnect the lead from the sensors that cause the light to go on, then reconnect the circuit bit by bit, you will find where it is shorting. Either that or the sensor is bad, but this should be 'easy' to test once you find it - when the light is on, test for continuity at the sensor, when there should be none, but the switch is closed - then that's your problem - if you didn't already find it in the wiring. I think the heat is just loosening something up.

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