1999 Mercury Grand Marquis Q&A
1999 Mercury Grand Marquis Question: abs and traction control lights
Chances are you may have a wheel speed sensor that has failed on your 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis. When the warning lights are on fault code(s) should be stored in the control module, the anit-lock brake and traction control systems will also be disabled. When these systems are disabled you will not notice any difference in performance or braking during normal driving conditions. These system only operated under extreme adverse driving conditions when wheel slip on braking or acceleration is present. Having the stored fault codes in the ABS control read and diagnosed should lead to the cause of your warning lights being on. It most cases a scan to is necessary to access the stored fault codes. - Oakman
A collapsed brake hose can cause that. It will allow the fluid to go to the caliper but not return properly. A dragging front brake will activate the traction control and set off an ABS service warning. If you remove a brake hose and can't blow through it, it's junk. In the old days a collapsed brake hose would just eat up the wheel's brake pads. It's an $18.00 part. - Visitor
clean sensors,check wires - Visitor
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No problems with brakes, but no traction control
it sometimes does cut off and sometimes it takes off by itself then the abs and traction control light comes on i took it to my mechanic he hooked it up to his computer it read that nothing was wro...
I have bled the brakes, checked all the wiring. I just started the car on a cold morning and the lights never went out. The car brakes fine, and all the brake/tail lights are good
Is it normal that after a traction loss, the anti-lock light comes on, then quits working , and in order to reset it, the igniton has to be turned off and then on?