Fill the master cylinder with brake fluid. Don't check it, fill it.
Thanks, I will fill it up. I think I have some spare dot 4 laying around.Fill the master cylinder with brake fluid. Don't check it, fill it.
Hmmm, we've had some recent seal coating completed on a road I frequently travel. Gravel and rocks/pebbles everywhere.While chasing spring turkeys, I had a decent sized rock kick up and cut clean through the cable to the ABS on the rear driver side. Knocked ABS and 4WD out. Stripped the cable, slid a shrink tube on, patched it together, wrapped tight in electrical tape and shrunk the tubing over the splice. That was three years ago, no issues since.
Just another possible cause to search.
You bet, topped off the brake fluid. No change.Did you top off the brake fluid, OP?
I wonder if it one of those better ideas that Nissan always thinks is great. Before my 2017 Titan, I had a 2003 Frontier, that would turn on the brake light and the battery light when the alternator went bad. I could understand the battery light, but, not the brake light. Mechanic at Nissan told me that they did this to make sure that the driver knew there was a problem. Have not had any issues yet with the Titan, but, I am always learning something new about it. Such as the 10 amp fuses under the hood for the trailer lights at the 7 pin connector. That one took awhile to find, and fix. That was not documented anywhere in the service manual.Researched the forum and found similar threads, but thought I would check to see if anyone has had this issue recently.
When I start the truck, I just get the slip and diff lock lights.
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Then after driving for a few seconds at low speeds, the lights switch to ABS, slip and VDC. (Diff lock light comes off)
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I have scanned for codes with an OBDII code reader and no codes were found.
After the truck cools over night, the lights are gone. The next day, the same problem comes back. (start the truck, get the VDC and diff light..... drive and get the ABS, slip and VDC)
I'm hoping this is just a loose/dirty ABS sensor which I will try to check on all 4 wheels. Anything else to check for intermittent issues?