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ABS and E-Brake light on

like the title says my abs and ebrake light are stuck on? what should I do? I have a feeling the abs light is my rear axle sensor, i dont have front abs sensors behind the rotors. but what the heck is the ebrake light on for. i made sure the foot brake is full up and not tuck down
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Check the big black connector underneath the drivers seat for moisture. That's what my 2000 would do after driving through big puddles and such, just open it up and look for corrosion on the pins. I would suggest CRC contact cleaner then seal the pins with dilectric grease..
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