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Old 28-09-18, 01:31 PM   #1
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Hmm. My ABS light comes on when I exceed 27mph....
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Old 28-09-18, 03:41 PM   #2
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Hi...moved your thread so you can monitor any answers ....BUT...you didnt mention the model...I guessed it was a 307 ...let us know...and also...could you please do a short introduction on the forum....welcome anyway ...and look forward to sorting your problem...
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Old 28-09-18, 06:27 PM   #3
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Hi, thanks for that. I haven't actually had a chance to get on a diagnostic machine yet; I'll ask the member who has one just up the road from me as soon as I reach the minimum post count to send a message.

It's a 307 CC petrol. I'll go and have a look for the introductions thread and pop something on there.
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Just an update. Cleaning up the seating and re-aligning the right rear ABS sensor appears to have cured the problem.
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Well done as that would have been the first suggestion to look at the sensors as they tend to rust beneath their mounting and that pushes them out of alignment.
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