94 Chrysler Town and Country ABS HELP! HELP!

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Terry Lange, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. Terry Lange

    Terry Lange Guest

    I am in need of help. For the longest time now I have been hearing
    this bang come from the rear of my van when turning right or left. It
    doesn;t always happen, but usually does. I have taken it to every
    mechanic I can think of and noone can fugure out what the problem is.
    Van runs fine other than that noise.

    Other problem........Last year I was having trouble with my abs light
    kept coming on, and tonight I was driving and it was raining. I was
    going down a hill, and I felt the van slide a bit even after I had
    applied the brake all the way, and instantly my abs light came on
    again, and hasn't come on in forever. I turned the van off and the
    light went out. I started it back up and I continued down the road,
    and as I stopped at a traffic light I heard a *LOUD BANG* in the rear.
    It only does it if you stop suddenly, or perhaps even normal stopping.
    I was afraid to stop normal again so I gradually stopped all the way
    back home.

    It did this same thing last year, and had to have new relay. The old
    one was shortaged out, now I need a new one again. Problem is I looked
    under the hood and cant remember which one it is. They are all labeled
    and neither of them say abs relay. Is it possible that one of the
    other relays also control the abs.

    Last question, If this doesn turn out to be the same problem as last
    year, just a relay.....what could be causing it to short out, and
    could it also be what is causing the bang I mentioned in first
    paragraph, which a new relay never fixes. Whatever it is it sounds
    like my tire is slamming into the body of the van when I stop. PLEASE
    Terry Lange, Oct 7, 2003
  2. Terry Lange

    Terry Lange Guest

    On Tue, 07 Oct 2003 04:53:32 -0400, Terry Lange

    Great advice.....
    Terry Lange, Oct 8, 2003
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