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Peugeot 307 ABS WARNING LIGHT

2004 Peugeot 307 Problem

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CarPeugeot 307 2.0 HDI ESTATE
Year2004
OwnerALCORNH
Posted22/09/2010


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The Problem:

ABS Warning light stays on (instrument panel) & "ABS FAULT" displays in multi-function panel.
Is this a Peugeot garage job or can I check anything?



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Solution 1


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most good garages have the equipment to read the abs codes,get them read then decide if its a job you can do yourself.have you had an impact on any wheel or work done on the suspension as even changing a wheel can knock or shock wheel sensor





Posted on Wednesday 22nd of September 2010

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Further to "mr suzuki's " advice , there was a recall on that car re . brake fault on ABS .Dont know if your car was affected or you were notified ? Could be something simple which you could check / fix , as the suggestions here explain possible causes ,

Peugeot 307 ABS

http://www.howtomendit.com/answers.php?id=182834

Hope this helps you .






Posted on Wednesday 22nd of September 2010

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at a guess i would say its probably one of the rear sensors offside is favourite and it is a coherence fault due to corrosion build up behind sensor which alters the gap between sensor and sonic wheel. Get a read though to make sure!!





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