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Old 04-07-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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Default ABS low voltage issues

Took my 2000 SSEi in to my mechanic to have him clear some codes for me and do a complete scan. When scanning the ABS system for what I thought was a bad wheel hub, his scanner shows the voltage going to the ABS system as very low, like below 5 volts (can't remember exact voltage). He'* thinking my "Service Stability System" light and possibly my "Check Tire Pressure" light is caused by this. The scanners shows all wheel hubs reading correctly, so I think my hubs are fine, but wondered if anyone else has seen this?

O.K. Couldn't locate an ABS relay, just a 50A fuse and it'* fine. Although if the fuse was blown, then there'd be no voltage, correct?? Is there a relay??

The lights on the dash are getting very annoying (especially at night) !
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