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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-04-2019, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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2003 SSR abs/brake light on

on my 2003 SSR(34000 miles) when I drive it in the rain, the ABS/Brake lights come on and when it dries out they go off. the last time I drove it in the rain, they came on and now they stay on. I have looked at the grounds to chassis and engine, cleaned(not that they were dirty) and re-tightened and still the lights stay on.

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Check the connections at the speed sensors on the wheel hubs. They have been known to have cracked/rusty connectors. Problems only in wet weather seem to point to areas exposed to the rain.
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@SSReplay has good suggestions.
I might also suggest trying to find out what code(s) are set - this could help narrow down your search and prevent you from sending your ABS module out for repairs only to find out that SSRreplay was correct and the fault was a speed sensor.

Either way, once the issue is solved, I would also recommend you install the ABS module heat shield offered by simple engineering.
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You can check speed sensors but my guess is "Low Temp" solder is the problem.

ABS is 3 to 4" away from 1800 degree catalytic converter melting the low temp solder used when manufactured.

Yours would not be the first! Mike aka Dragon2U and I do them all the time.

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Front Wheel sensor, yes, have to jack up, remove tire and inner wheel liner.
Last picture is of the Rear Wheel Sensor, mounted on transmission and reads both rear wheels.
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In addition to the connection Dicktator shows, check the other end down at the wheel, that would be more likely to be damaged.

Also, there are no sensors on the rear wheels, the rear is covered by a sensor at the rear of the transmission.
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