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Old 11-09-2005, 14:01   #1 (permalink)
Rob Leonard
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95 disco es abs warning light

The abs warning light has been coming on occasionaly but resetting with
ignition being turned off and then on. Usually after vehicle has been
sitting for sometime ( it does only about 5000km per year ). Felt it may
have been a battery voltage related issue as would only occur on initial
start up and then fine for rest of the time. It now stays on all the time,
visual inspection shows no apparent fault am wondering if there is a way of
resetting or extracting error codes without trip to dealer.
thanks in advance Rob


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Old 11-09-2005, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 95 disco es abs warning light

Rob Leonard wrote:
> The abs warning light has been coming on occasionaly but resetting with
> ignition being turned off and then on. Usually after vehicle has been
> sitting for sometime ( it does only about 5000km per year ). Felt it may
> have been a battery voltage related issue as would only occur on initial
> start up and then fine for rest of the time. It now stays on all the time,
> visual inspection shows no apparent fault am wondering if there is a way of
> resetting or extracting error codes without trip to dealer.
> thanks in advance Rob


Same think happened to my '98 one.
It is (apparently) a common fault which is caused by a faulty (or loose)
ABS sensor on the wheel/hub

First time round the man in the know just pushed it in "nice and tight"
but the fault came back fairly quickly so he replaced the sensor. Been
alright ever since.

Sure someone more familiar can give you the "DIY" time/cost breakdown.

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Old 11-10-2005, 10:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 95 disco es abs warning light

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> First time round the man in the know just pushed it in "nice and tight"
> but the fault came back fairly quickly so he replaced the sensor. Been
> alright ever since.
>
> Sure someone more familiar can give you the "DIY" time/cost breakdown.
>
> --

One has gone O/C on mine, theyre about 160 from LR, cheaper at Beamends
circa 120. They do just push into the top of the swivel bearing.

Peter


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