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1999 Chevrolet Malibu Abs light and brake light stays on what do i do

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U HAVE THE CODES READ AT A REPAIR SHOP OR PART STORE.THAT WILL LEAD U IN THE CORRECT DIRECTION.

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hello, it is more than likely an air bubble is trapped in your ABS pump itself, if so, it will need to be purged! a speed sensor could turn on ABS light, but will have no affect on hydraulic pressure at a stop, only an ABS (skid) stop. good luck marty
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