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2006 Dodge RAM 1500: 4WD..ABS and Brake Light are on steady and they

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2006 Dodge RAM 1500 Heavy Duty 4WD - ABS and Brake Light are on steady and they just came on today. I can turn the tuck off and turn it back on...lights come on as soon as I trun the key and stay on. Brakes feel fine and stop as they always have. Checked fluid and it is at thge proper level. I do live in Ohio and it is 28 degress..snowed yesterday, so there is salt on everything I am sure (sensor issue?). The truck has 52,000.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  Ron Z. replied 6 years ago.

 

This is a very common problem with Dodge. Due to its located, the rear wheel speed sensor has a high failure rate. It is located on the top of the rear differential. This sensor will set an ABS light, which will in turn set a Brake light. Replacing this sensor should solve your problem.

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