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Howdy all,

I know this is a "common" issue, and I've searched the forums for answers, but had a few questions...

On my 02 C2 Tip, My PSM and ABS lights are coming on consistently after 20 mins of driving. Turn the car off and back on, they clear, but again after 20 mins of driving they reappear.

This is highway, cruise control driving. Not even touching the brakes.

I checked the brake lights, they're fine, and I'm looking into the MAF cleaning/replacing now. But I just thought I'd ask to see if this struck a chord with anyone. (*cough* Loren.)

Thanks! notworthy.gif

Derek

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I'd start with a check of the battery and alternator; voltage swings often cause both the ABS and PSM MIL's to trigger. A load test of the battery and alternator will tell you if they are involved; beyond that, I would agree with Loren, get it scanned for active and pending codes.................

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