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Postby jl8088 » Thu Dec 15, 2016 4:02 am

I bled my brakes without removing the abs fuse.
I did not have the engine running when bleeding the brakes.
After bleeding and starting the 1999 trooper up, the brake light on the dash came on and would intermittently come on and/or go away.
I ordered a junkyard ebcm module from another 4x4 trooper and just replaced my original
This was 6 torx screws and 2 connectors (difficult access, removed battery and moved windshield washer hose)
There was this spring type metal thing sandwiched between module and pump that I reused?
After putting everything back together I still have the brake light on the dash and now the abs light is on.

Any ideas on what to try next?
1999 Trooper, 265/75 BFG All Terrains
OME Springs (912), OME Shocks (firm)
Torsion Bar Crank, Surco 50 x 60 Safari Rack
Superwinch Manual Hubs, Garmin 60Csx
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