2012 Dodge Ram ABS and Traction Control Light Stay Solution

This guide will show you how to fix the ABS and traction control light problem and cruise control not working when the lights were on. This repair case is for 2012 Dodge Ram but should apply to most vehicles.

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Procedures:

Our problem is the ABS speed sensor of the rear tires of the truck. Go in the front of the rear tire and find the ABS speed sensor.

Move this red clip back

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Finagle this thing out, and disconnect it

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Unscrew the 8mm bolt

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Pull sensor out

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And replace a new one.

Do the same procedures for the other one which may bad too.

After do that, start your car, the lights should be disappear.

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More information about Dodge, please refer to Dodge Trouble Repair

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