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Dodge RAM 2500: The red brake and yellow ABS lights came on.

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The red brake and yellow ABS lights came on. My master cylinder was low. I refilled it, bled the lines and know when I apply the brakes it seems that the rear brakes are doing all the work. I replaced the front pads. bled the lines and still no improvement.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  Chris (aka-Moose) replied 1 year ago.
Hello, I'm Chris. Thanks for seeking us for help.
When a reservoir goes low, the air first travels to the ABS. Does your truck have 4 wheel ABS. If so then a scan tool is needed to purge the air from it. A DIY method is 3 back to back panic ABS stops from 45 mph, then another bleed. Can you try this?
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Thanks Chris