Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 21:03:13 GMT From: johannes <johsnospamfitter.com> Subject: Re: ABS indicator
Fred W wrote: > > robanzellottinospamlemail.com wrote: > > On Apr 23, 3:06 am, yaofeng <yaofengc...nospaml.com> wrote: > > > >>On Apr 22, 5:00 am, johannes <j...nospamfi-nospam-tter.com> wrote: > >> > >> > >>>The ABS indicator light on my 1993 9000 CSE comes on when staring first > >>>time in the morning, it sometimes stays on while driving off. However, > >>>this might not happen from the following starts during the day. > >> > >>This may be more serious but check the sensors first. Measure the > >>resistance at the sensor connections for 800 to 1400 ohms. The front > >>sensor connectors are located on either side of the fish tank. The > >>rear sensor connectors are beneath the rear seat cushion. > > > > > > > > Are you sure this is a problem? My '92 900 always did this (about 1 > > minute for a cold start) in the 5 years I had it, and I just replaced > > it with a '91 which does it as well. > > > > Robobass > > > > I had a '92 and a '93 9000 (both w/ ABS of course) and neither of them > ever behaved this way. The ABS light should come on at starting and go > off within a few seconds. You should not have to move before the light > goes off. Diagnosing the problem may be tricky until the unit fully > fails. So long as the ABS light does go off eventually I guess I would > just continue to monitor it. The mechanic plugged in some diagnostic display, it showed that one rear wheel ABS sensor was bad. Had it replaced today.