It is generally safe to drive with the ABS warning light on. The light indicates that the anti-lock braking system has been deactivated due to a malfunction, but normal braking is still possible. More »

The most common reason for a simultaneous appearance of both the ABS and brake light on the dashboard of a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado is a faulty Electronic Brake Control Module, or EBCM. Scanning the vehicle's computer sy... More »

To reset an ABS warning light, drain the electrical system of the car, or replace the ABS sensor if the brake system is working properly or has been recently serviced. Alternatively, check if the brake system parts need ... More »

The ABS light in a Ford Explorer comes on and stays on when there is a problem with the brake system or in cases where spark plugs are wearing thin. This light indicates there is an issue with stopping power that generat... More »

An ABS module, or ABS control module, refers to a car's anti-lock brake system, which controls the ABS system. The controls are directed in response to data that is gathered from the sensors placed around the car. The AB... 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 »

The ABS light comes on whenever there is a fault in the anti-lock braking system in a vehicle. The fault can be a low amount of fluid in the ABS reservoir to an electrical malfunction in the wheel speed sensor, control u... More »