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History - very constant but intermittent 3 amigos lights triggered from braking, startup, and sometimes bumps. Resets sometimes at startup.

Recently fixed front diff breather routing, found front diff pinion seal leak. Fluid drained, seal replaced, new fluid filled.

Do these parts relate to wheel speed, etc for the abs system to trigger the 3 amigos?

I've driven over 100 miles without any lights whatsoever...I'm def not complaining haha. Just curious.

Thanks and have a great memorial day weekend!
 

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read the stored fault codes then you'll know... my money is on a SVS fault code, the world champion of intermittent amigos ;)
 

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Well yes that would be great to read codes. I don't have the right reader.

I was wondering if there was a tie into the system that a diff leak fix would alleviate something for the abs system with regard to wheel speed or something.

I did put in a new switch plate a year ago but problems still persisted
 
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