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    hi there i wonder if anyone could help i have mk4golf and the abs light keeps on coming on when i plug in the computer it says something about the signal from the and pump i think? Everytime i start the car all the light on the dash go out then as soon as i hit 15mph the abs light comes on untill i turn it off again...
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    recantly its off every time i start the car then soon as i hit 15mph it comes back on again...
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    When you turn the key and all your lights come up i.e oil, air bags ect and then go to crank the car over and obviously everything is ok as every goes off but if have you ever noticed the ASB and ESP fliker for spilt second after you have crank the car over?

    Thats your first sign something is a miss

    My Mk 4 used to do the same thing, i would stay on up to 15mph and as it got worse and worse it would stop working whenever it rained, which lead me to think that somewhere there is dodgy conection, replaced the sensor and all was good
     

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    what sensor did you replace? When i start it every thing comes on and goes off as it should then soon as the speedo hits 15mph the light comes back on...
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    my faulty one was front o/s, the golf has 4 u just need to figure it out via a vag com if you can get hold of one. as it will drive you round the bend (or maybe not )
     

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    I have already put 2 on haha few months ago. I have a copy of vag com but when i plug it in it doesnt say its a wheel sensor like it did before but it says a signal is to high from the pump?
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    Hi guys I'm new here but I have a similar problem. My abs light doesn't go out at all after start up. Seems to have happened after a my rear sidelight bulb blew. Any suggestions?
     

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