HDC, Traction and ABS all came on for me again (2001 Disco). This is the second time in 7K miles. The first time I simply removed the ignition key and restarted the Vehicle and it cleared up. This time it seems as if it does not want to "fix itself". I will change Brake fluid tomorrow to see if that has any effect.MEEKROL said:mine has hill decent,traction,abs lights all on yellow, mine when i stop hard in grass tha driver side front wheel is the only wheel to slide, i think it is that speed sensor, $212.00 from land rover, or $169.00 from atlantic british, should odre next week will let yall know if works.
Thanks for that data Beezel. I may have to break down and take it to the Dealer then if all else fails. : :complain:beezel said:Its like trying to get somewhere on a train.
you need to know what track the train is going to be on to get to the destination.
My current milage is 59K Mike. The 30K service was done......but I am not certain if the Brake fluid was changed at that time. In any event I will change the fluid tomorrow as it was my intention to have had it changed 2K miles back. Just that the apparatus I purchased to do the "one man" brake job was not fitting over the top of the brake reservoir. I will have to do a traditional brake bleed I suppose. This may be a little backwards, because I am also ordering the Ferrodo brake kit from Atlantic British...so I suppose I will do another brake bleeding whenever I install the new rotors and pads.discomike said:ABS, T/C and Hill Desent can all come on because of either a bad sensor, brake pad chatter when over heated, burned brake fluid or simply because you nailed them hard a couple of times and the sensors picked up too much wheel sliding.
When was the last time you changed your brake fluid, this can be the number killer of the ABS unit??
Roger that Beezel....we were posting almost simultaenously.beezel said:If it went off when you turned the key its possible it could be the shuttlevalve.
basically go to all the grounds in the front by the air box in the front and remove the nuts and clean the stud and wire and then tighten it back up. There are two others on the passenger side by the fuse block. Then you can go to the driverside kick panel inside the vehicle and remove the panel and there is one more ground you can clean. If it goes off and stays off then you know its cured. Basically the shuttlevalve gets a bad ground sometimes. ANyway if it doesnt get it diaged and go from there.