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ABS warning and Traction control lights.


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Been out this morning and on my return journey the ABS AND TRACTION CONTROL warnining lights came on and stayed on.

My vehicle is a Disco 2 4.0 V8 1999.

Any suggestions for a quick fix or does this need to be hooked up for a diagnosis?


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I've seen comments that a nanocom will tell you the SLAB codes, even though it won't talk to the ECU on the V8. I'd be interested to know if it does since I expect I could find one of those locally to see what mine is whinging about.

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once the fault has been diagnosed and the sensor has been replace will the lights go out automatically or will they need resetting.

the reason I ask is that once diagnosed I intend to replace the sensor myself.But if it needs to be reset I might aswell let the garage change it.

any suggestions?

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I strongly suggest what's been suggested already, do a search in this section.

The light will go out after you fix the problem (although the error code will remain stored but this won't bother you at all).

Having a LR garage replace the ABS sensor means they will replace the entire hub.

You could have find both answers in this thread: http://forums.lr4x4.com/index.php?showtopic=7982

To search the forum I recommend you to read this thread first: http://forums.lr4x4.com/index.php?showtopic=35133

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