The most common anti-lock braking system problems include a blown fuse to the system. Another common problem may arise from corrosion or damage to the wiring harness for the main controller or to the wheels and sensors t... More »

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During a hard stop, if the brakes remain engaged with hard steady pressure for too long, the brake pads can overheat and cause the moving parts of the braking system to lock in position. Brake lock up is a particular dan... More »

The first step to troubleshooting an anti-lock brake system is checking the fuse that manages the brakes. If the fuse is functional, check the harness of the ABS controller for signs of corrosion. Then check the wheel se... More »

Some common problems with anti-lock brakes include faulty brake sensors and leaks in the brake master cylinder due to corrosion. The problems tend to develop gradually and in many cases are manufacturer-specific, says Yo... More »

The first step to troubleshooting an anti-lock brake system is checking the fuse that manages the brakes. If the fuse is functional, check the harness of the ABS controller for signs of corrosion. Then check the wheel se... More »

Some common trailer brake controller wiring problems include an erratic display while braking and the brake controller losing connection with the battery. Other common problems include the display reporting an overload a... More »

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Solve most sticking brake caliper problems by replacing the existing caliper with a new one. The process requires removing the wheel and caliper, installing the new caliper, bleeding the brakes and reattaching the wheel.... More »