When braking during low speeds (under 10 MPH), the brake pedal may vibrate and the ABS hydraulic unit may cause a rumbling noise. This is caused by a momentary loss of the wheel speed signal to the ABS controller. Adjusting or replacing the wheel speed sensor will commonly fix this problem.
Unwanted ABS Activation on Chrysler Town & Country
Average mileage: 215,750 (189,000–242,500)
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1996 Chrysler Town & Country242,500Visitor
Unwanted ABS activation when brakes applied and vehicle drops below 10mph. Didn't start until I had my bad engine replaced with a "new" used engine to keep this poor girl on the road (hey, it's paid for). Could a short or loose wire also cause this? I have trouble believing that it's not related to my engine install and just "happens" to start when it did.
1994 Chrysler Town & Country189,000Visitor
my brake pedal is hard the abs unit make nioce
There is no code but my abs light is on all the time on the dash. I looked under the vehical and noticed the sensor runs very close to the axle and the axle is kinda rusty. I tried to take emery cl...
...ight came on and my mechanic told me I needed a new ABS pump. When I got my van back, half the dash lights are not working (including my E-brake light and ABS light area as well as the left side fuel g...