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post #1 of 7 Old 05-31-2014, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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ABS, ESP and BAS lights...ghost problem

I own a 2007 2-door JK. After a few kilometers the ABS, ESP and BAS lights come up. Already researched a lot on the internet but do not know what else to do.

- Cruise Control works perfectly

- Has changed the speed sensors of 4 wheels

- Has changed the dynamic sensor

- Already checked the suspension and wheel alignment, everything is ok

This is the result of ABS scanner, does anyone have any idea what might be causing this problem?
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post #2 of 7 Old 05-31-2014, 09:57 AM
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Lucky you, my crusin control doesnt work.

I replaced all wheel sensors and did the alignment. It was ghosting all winter and now its been on permanent for the last 3 months. I gave up. I'll follow this thread and see what people say.
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i'm no professional... but just reading the image you posted... it says at the top, you have an "active" code for the brake pedal switch.


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Maybe checking applicable wiring harness connectors, cleaning them, adding a little dielectric grease and looking for grounds, or stop and talk to jeep service mgr about diagnostics after you check harness connections.
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You may have a bad bearing ( hub assembly).
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I just read this... http://www.forbiddenjeeps.com/genera...ol-lights.html

Check Wheel Sensors - All replaced
Check Wheel Sensor Lines - All replaced
Alignment - re-done
Re-Center Steering Wheel - re-done during alignment

Still the ESP/BAS, ABS, TRACTION CONTROL Lights are on and NO CRUISE CONTROL. Im stuck thinking it's a clock spring after reading the above thread. Kinda unsure how to tell though... any input?
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I own a 2007 2-door JK. After a few kilometers the ABS, ESP and BAS lights come up. Already researched a lot on the internet but do not know what else to do.

- Cruise Control works perfectly

- Has changed the speed sensors of 4 wheels

- Has changed the dynamic sensor

- Already checked the suspension and wheel alignment, everything is ok

This is the result of ABS scanner, does anyone have any idea what might be causing this problem?
I know this may sound too simple but check your battery terminals to see if they may be loose.
My 2012 JKU was randomly having the ESC, ABS, brake and traction control lights come on and I had to take my ground terminal off and squeeze it with some pliers then re-tighten. Everything has been fine since!
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