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97 dodge ram pickup

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Here is one for you motor heads.

Abs warning light on

Parking light brake light on

No Brake lights

Checked all bulbs, fuses, and relays...also brake fluid resevoir is fine....brakes seem to work fine...is this a hydralic problem? What is the fix? Thanks in advance for your input.

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I'll try to answer a couple of these for you;

ABS Warning light; Probable dirty sensor, and more than likely in one of the front wheels. Sometimes you can get away with taking them apart and cleaning them other times they need replacing. Most parts stores sell the wheel bearing and sensor as a package deal, but I was able to get just the sensor off line (can't remember where though.

Parking Brake Light; Try pulling emer. brake release handle and pull up on the e-brake pedal at same time to see if it goes off.

No Brake Lights; More than likely you have a bad brake light switch. It is located under the dash about 1/2-2/3 of the way up your brake pedal, usually pretty easy to replace.

I have a 98 Durango and a 99 Ram 1500 4x4 that I've had to do some of the same work on, and for what it's worth I'm also a retired mechanic. Hope this helps you out .

Sniper07

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If the ABS light is on it will also illuminate the "brake" light. If there is a problem with the hydraulic part of the brakes, the brake light illuminates, and the ABS light will likely not be on since there is no ABS fault.

If you have no brake lights and the ABS on I think its safe to assume that the two are related. I would start by checking the brake switch. Especially if there is no center brake light.

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