If you drive a Volkswagen Golf Mk4, Bora, Jetta, Passat B5, Polo, Skoda Octavia 1, Fabia, Seat Leon 1M, Toledo, Cordoba, Audi A2, A3, etc. and you have this ABS warning light on, this is what you should do first.
But you should know that when your Volkswagen, Skoda, Audi, Seat’s ABS service light is on, your antilock system has been deactivated due to a malfunction. The car brakes should be working just fine, but the ABS (Anti-lock braking system) that prevents your vehicle’s wheels from locking up during braking will not be.
See the Fuse Box (from the engine compartment) Diagram HERE: https://bit.ly/3PGb18D
You can find a lot of fuses for cheap HERE: https://amzn.to/32PYYwW
Watch the video tutorial below to see what you have to do first:
ATTENTION, if the two fuses in the battery panel are not blown, then check the braking system (there may be a fault with the ABS sensors, ABS pump, etc.).
A complete car diagnosis would be helpful to see exactly where the problem is.
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