Service electronic brake system

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Asked by GuruV2Q4F Sep 10, 2018 at 08:11 PM about the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The service electric brake system light
comes in along with the traction light.  
What could it be?

7 Answers

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Did you have the codes read?

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Sounds like the whell sensor is not working and or is dirty or your front bearings are no good

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Thanks for the info. I will go by advance auto and see if they can read code. We just moved to a state that has state inspections so guess once I get it inspected I'll know for sure what is wrong.

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I like to thank everyone that commented. It helped me to start with the easiest thing to check then move on if it wasnt that. I checked the fuse under hood and the brake light fuse was bad so changed it and now I have brake lights again and no more service elec brake system light on. Thank you once again and hope this will help others that look for it.

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Where under the hood is the fuse and what type of fuse is needed to replace?

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My Jeep GC 2005 just came on the the "service electric brake system and 4 WW drive " with the traction indicator on as well. Did you find out if this was a fuse?? I just had new brakes a month ago at the dealership done.

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My traction light and serice electric break system came on randomly ???? What do I do??

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