Same thing happened to me, and the guys said the same thing about the braking. Well I hate to be the bearer of bad news but that sensor they said they took out and put back in had been damaged. I took my car to the dealer and they told me that it was my right rear speed sensor and that it went bad and had to be replaced. Well that was going to be around $400.00 to fix so I just took out the bulb in the dash that lit up the warning ligh and was done with that. If you think about it how many time do you use your ABS? Yes it's nice to have but... So the "hit your brakes acouple of times" is crap these are digital sensors not somthing that needs to be throwen back into alignment. Your brakes and everything are fine but the sensor is damaged and will not engage the ABS. So if you are not worried about it just remove the bulb or get it fixed at the dealer. Also I looked into it, you really cannot do the fix yourself only because it would be alittle cheaper if you did it yourself and if you are like me I would rather have a dealer do that kind of stuff. Hope this had helped youparadizecityz said:i have the abs problem too
i just got my springs and struts installed but now my abs light came on, the guy said cuz the had to take the sensor out the old strut and put in new one so it turned on, they said all i gotta do is drive a lil and brake and it should go off sooner or later but it hasnt gone off yet, anyone kno the problem???