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Peugeot Boxer 2.8 HDI 2002 mod handbrake warning light and ABS light ***FIXED***

Posted By kyrre Saturday, June 23, 2012 10:41:46 AM
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Peugeot Boxer 2.8 HDI 2002 mod handbrake warning light and ABS light...

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 Posted Saturday, June 23, 2012 10:41:46 AM
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Hi

I was driving in rain and after a short stop, I started up again and saw the ABS light was on. After a second short stop the handbrake warning light did not come off either.

Any ideas what is causing this?

(The airbag warning light has been on for some months, after I had a leakage over the windshield, where it came some water in the steering column, but I dont think that this has any thing to do with the ABS light and handbrake warning light problem, since I got the leak fixed a while ago).
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 Posted Saturday, June 23, 2012 2:14:25 PM
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 Posted Saturday, June 23, 2012 2:56:45 PM
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You're going to need a scanner to do much more than check the brake fluid level.


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 Posted Saturday, June 23, 2012 5:16:18 PM
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kyrre

You're going to need a scanner to do much more than check the brake fluid level.


Yeah, I recon... I had a problem with coroded gliders on the rear caliper (yes, it gor four of those) witch I got loose and lubricated half a year ago.

Anyhow I recon this problem is ABS module, ABS pump, loose cables or somthing more expensive. The brakes works though....

Anyone knows where I can find an afordable ISO 9141 (NOT 9141-2) scanner?
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 Posted Sunday, June 24, 2012 1:24:37 PM
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I meassured the ABS sensors to 1,62 and 1,70. Does that sound right? Anyone know how much they should be?

I checked the fuse, and the fuse was blown, so now the brake warning light is off :-) (Yeah, I checked the wrong fuse at first)

However, there are 3 fuses according to the three (!) fuseboxcovers.

Anyhow, the ABS light is still on. Do I need to get the error code erased in a shop/with scanner or does it come off when everything is OK?

I`d be really grateful for any help or ideas :-)
Monday, June 25, 2012 4:32:57 AM by kyrre
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 Posted Monday, June 25, 2012 7:22:05 AM
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I also meassured the abs sensors on front wheels, and they both was 1.64

Any idea, anyone?
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 Posted Monday, June 25, 2012 11:07:33 AM
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kyrre,

Perhaps you would like to take the advice from Angus, TAKE IT TO A GARAGE AND GET IT CODE READ.

or you could start by measuring every tooth on the reluctors.

Mike


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 Posted Monday, June 25, 2012 12:15:38 PM
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miketribe (6/25/2012)
kyrre,

Perhaps you would like to take the advice from Angus, TAKE IT TO A GARAGE AND GET IT CODE READ.

or you could start by measuring every tooth on the reluctors.

Mike


So, if I got dirt on the ABS sensors, I should go to a workshop and pay them 200 USD for a problem they probably cant find, instead of cleaning them myself for the price of the cleaning fluid?

This is Norway guys, with the most expensive mechanic shops on the planet :-)

I`m thankful for your advice, but if I can fix this, I`ll do just that.
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 Posted Monday, June 25, 2012 12:38:32 PM
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As others have said :-

Dirt on the sensors won't stop them working, unless it's something like Iron filings. I can appreciate you wanting to save money but without some sort of scan tool capable of reading the ABS system, error codes if nothing else, you really are going to be working blind. Also quite likely at some point in the process you're going to need a scope so without these things I don't see how you can progress.
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 Posted Monday, June 25, 2012 4:12:17 PM
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Yes, the scan has to come, but not before I have clean all of the ABS sensors and cleaned the multiplug on the ABS module. Then, and only then, I will crawl towards the cross for crusifixtion and throw money at someone.

Still, I`m up for buying a scanner, but not the PSA Peugeot/Citroen with Peugeot Planet software, its not compatible (and is a chinese rippoff, if I get one). Anyone know of any workshop scanner/DIY codereader they can recomend?

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