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I have 96 Land Rover Discovery. The other day my wife stated that when she was driving the "Anti-Lock" light came on temporarily. Today when I was driving the brake pedal lost pressure for a short time and later in the day the "Anti-Lock light came on and stayed on. I immediately thought that it must be the brake pads, so I pulled all the wheels and all the brakes pads appear to be in near "new" condition. I checked the master cylinder and no leaks. This is where I get stumped. Not ever having ABS before I do not know where to look from here. Could the master cylinder have a leak internally? What would cause the brake pedal to temporarily go soft and the "Anti-Lock" light to come on? Any help would be appreciated.

On the AutoZone commercials, they always say "Turn to the professionals" so that's what I am doing. To bad it's not a question about sheep!

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It sounds like the ABS is bleeding brake pressure off unnecessarily. That would mean there's a dangerous fault somewhere that you need to remedy sooner raher than later.

Now I'll let the real professionals post...
 
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