What does the ABS warning light on a VW Transporter T5 mean?

What does the ABS warning light on a VW Transporter T5 mean?

VW Transporter T5 ABS warning light – If the ABS symbol is illuminated on the dashboard of your VW Transporter T5 it means that there is a fault within this system that needs to be looked at. Whilst the light is illuminated, your braking effectivness will decrease.

When does the VW Transporter engine management warning light go out?

Often referred to as the diesel ‘glow plugs’ light The VW Transporter engine management warning light is a pre-heat warning light that goes out when the engine is ready to start.

How to reset the fault code on a VW Transporter T5?

If the ESP symbol is constantly illumnated while driving, and the ESP button is turned off if indicates that a fault is present in this system. Sometimes it can be reset by turning off the car engine and removing the key for 30 seconds, but in most cases you will need to use the iCarsoft i908 kit to diagnose & reset the fault code & warning light.

What is the fault code on a VW ABS light?

Here is a list of common fault codes that often trigger VW ABS light: 01130 / 1130 – ABS Operation: Implausible Signal. The fault code can be cleared after performing a Test Drive. 01276 / 1276 – ABS Hydraulic Pump (V64): Implausible Signal.

When does the ABS warning light come on?

Anytime a problem occurs in the ABS brake system the warning light gets on. In fact, ABS light stays on unless you fix the core issue. Basically, the warning light alerts the driver that the safety system is no longer active.

Why are my abs and brake lights not working?

This is how I fixed my intermittent ABS and Brake dash lights on my Chevrolet blazer with the Kelsey-Hayes EBCM module, with out spending 1500 bucks on a new EBCM.. You may have code C0265 “Electronic Brake Control Module Motor Relay Circuit.” The fault is usually due to broken solder joints on the circuit board.

What should I do if my brake warning light is on?

Brake system fault. If the parking brake is fully released, the next step is to check the brake fluid level and if required, top up with brake fluid recommended by Volkswagen. If the brake fluid level is normal and/or the brake warning light remains on, it’s advised to not continue driving.

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