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So I had a rattling dash. My dash would rattle when traveling at speeds between 60 and 80 mph. After doing a search I figured out that a piece of my dash (see dash piece below) had cracked thus causing the rattle. Well instead of spending $200 to replace it I decided to take it out, glue it, and put it back. The whole process went smoothly and I had everything put back together, and NO rattle! Everything was great until I drove to work the next day and noticed that the airbag light on my speedo was on, did some research on TitanTalk and found out that a simple "reset" was the problem. I "reset" the truck and everything was great again. Until then the next day when I started the truck the SLIP and ABS lights turned on and have stayed on for a week now. I didn't use the four-wheel drive, or do anything extreme to the truck that would have caused any damage or anything so I am at a loss as to why these lights turned on. Could it have something to do with the wires I removed (and plugged back in) when I took apart my dash? Has anyone else had similar problems?
I did a search and can't find anything that relates to my case but if there is a solution posted and I missed it let me know! Thanks guys!
 

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Check your brake fluid. Fill it up.
 

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Yeah break fluid will do it. And ABS is not your airbag it's your break system. Anti skid.

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A bad wheel speed sensor will also bring those lights on.
 

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^^^What he said!^^^
 

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Yeah check your brake fluid. If that doesnt work go to Oriellys and use their scanner. The newer Bosche ones should pull up ABS codes. From there you can determine if its a bad wheel sensor.
 

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Yeah break fluid will do it. And ABS is not your airbag it's your break system. Anti skid.

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Yeah I'm aware that ABS has nothing to do with the air bags. The air bag light WAS on but I got that fixed. My current problem is with the ABS and SKID lights.
Also brake fluid has been checked and topped off. I guess I will have to stop by Auto Zone or Oriellys and see if their sensors can provide any additional information.
 

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So this past week I finally found the time to stop by Autozone and have them run their scanners. Autozone's scanners said "not compatable" so I went down the street to Oreilly's to have them try their Bosche scanners. The Bosche scanner at Oreilly's gave the code C1115 but stated that it was unable to define the code. So with neither Autozone nor Oreilly's was able to provide me with a solution so I decided to try and follow the wiring myself and see if I could identify any problems. I spent about an hour under the truck following wires and checking for any breaks/tears/etc. all the wires seem fine but still no solution to the problem. If my last option is to replace wheel sensors, how do I know which sensor to replace?
 

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This past weekend I did some extensive checking of the electrical system on the Titan to verify if bad wiring could be the problem, no problems were found with the electrical system. I then went back to the internet to find a solution to the problem and happened upon a video about bad wheel bearings and ABS sensors sometimes being related. So I decided to put my truck on jacks with fingers crossed to see if bad wheel bearings were the problem. Turns out that after 125,000ish miles the front wheel bearings have finally worn out. Bad wheel bearings caused problems with the ABS sensors, I found some new wheel bearings online that come with sensors in them, just waiting on shipping then install.
 

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This past weekend I did some extensive checking of the electrical system on the Titan to verify if bad wiring could be the problem, no problems were found with the electrical system. I then went back to the internet to find a solution to the problem and happened upon a video about bad wheel bearings and ABS sensors sometimes being related. So I decided to put my truck on jacks with fingers crossed to see if bad wheel bearings were the problem. Turns out that after 125,000ish miles the front wheel bearings have finally worn out. Bad wheel bearings caused problems with the ABS sensors, I found some new wheel bearings online that come with sensors in them, just waiting on shipping then install.

Hopefully you bough the timkens
 
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