1998 Plymouth Voyager Q&A
1998 Plymouth Voyager Question: ABS light stays on
I have a 1998 Plymouth Voyager, 3.3 engine and 198,600 miles on it. My driver's side cv transaxle broke in 2. I had to remove the brake line and caliper in order to put in the new transaxle. I bled driver's side brake. Started car and ABS light went on and is staying on. Can anyone please let me know how to fix problem? gg1328 - gg1328
There's something wrong with the ABS system, you may or may not have caused it. The ABS light indicates that the computer has detected a malfunction in the ABS system and has diagnostic codes and data stored which would be essential in diagnosing the problem. A technician with a scanner can access the diagnostic codes and data and then be able to give you a diagnosis. Unless the brake line was damaged, I don't think I'd have disconnected it to replace the drive axle, I'd have disconnected the caliper from the front suspension and hung it alongside on a piece of wire so as not to put tension the the rubber line. If you want to find a Plymouth specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=18210&car_brand_names=Plymouth - Superbob
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