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Old March 9th, 2008, 05:58 PM
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Erik McCorvey
 
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Location: Phoenix, AZ
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Attn: Disco 2 Owners

I recently just replaced my ABS Modulator, front pads and rotors, right front ABS sensor and the system is still showing an erratic signal at the right front corner. I was able to do a full day of trail running without any problems until we hit the pavement.

Has anyone experienced this problem after replacing all know problems with Disco's braking system. Now my plan is to replace the right front hub.

Any advice is welcome.
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Old March 10th, 2008, 06:35 PM
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Michael Bimmermann
 
Join Date: May 2007
Location: White Lake, Michigan
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Erik,
I had the problem last year at around 60k miles. My modulator was ok but I had both front hubs with sensors replaced as well as the overlay harnesses. Istill have occsionally ABS/Brake and TC signal coming on which resets with next key cycle.
LR her in Michigan was so far unable to identify the problem


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Old March 11th, 2008, 04:22 PM
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Chris Whybrew
 
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My experience has been the three lights are caused by the hub assembly x1, the modulator x1, aftermarket brake pads x2.
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Old March 11th, 2008, 09:21 PM
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Erik McCorvey
 
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I think I figured it out!

I was reading the manual and here is the quote

"after detecting a fault, the SLABS ECU selects an appropriate default strategy which, where possible, retains some operational capability. A shuttle valve switch fault and throttle position signal fault are classified as permanent faults. If a permanent fault is detected, the related warning lamp illumination and default strategies are automatically employed in subsequent ignition cycles, even if the fault is intermittent, until the fault has been rectified and cleared from memory. If a non permanent fault is detected, the related warning lamp illumination and default strategies will only be employed in subsequent ignition cycles if the fault is still present."

I've been having a throttle body problem for some time now and it use to clear it self after a few driving cycles. I was planning on getting this done for some time, but I was thinking of having it replaced this week because it actually stuck open on me while driving home on Saturday. Now this gives me some motivation to get this done.
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