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    ABS Pump Problems? Check Relay!

    Just want to add this bit of information to the knowledge base.

    My ABS pump was making noises, running on after switching off the ignition, cycling, etc. I replaced the ABS pump relay that's under the driver's seat and it's now working great. I had previously lubricated the motor per TigerDan's suggestion as well.

    --Paul
    '93 LWB, one of many L-R's over the years (GDE bumper w/Warn 8k, Disco axles, RTE 2" springs, Viair)
    1964 88" Truck Cab -- Stolen, then re-appeared locally after 20 yrs
    1966 88" Station Wagon -- Sold
    1967 NADA 109" -- Sold (after I wedged a 300 CID Ford 6 into it)... Help locate! Green 1967 NADA 109
    1990 RRC -- caught fire while wife driving solo... Good times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccec View Post
    Just want to add this bit of information to the knowledge base.

    My ABS pump was making noises, running on after switching off the ignition, cycling, etc. I replaced the ABS pump relay that's under the driver's seat and it's now working great. I had previously lubricated the motor per TigerDan's suggestion as well.

    --Paul
    Would this be the case even if there is no pressure at the pump ? It cycles and no pressure.
    Long-time Land Rover enthusiast : * 2002 DII SE; * 2004 DII SE; * 1998 DI SD; *1998 DI LE7; *1999 DI SD (SOLD); * 1993 RRC SWB (CAMEL TROPHY LOOK) (SOLD); * 2001 DII SE (SOLD); * 1995 DI SD (SOLD); * 1997 DI SE7 (SOLD); * 2006 ROVER Sport ( TOTALLED W/ TREE LAND), * 2001 DII SE7 (SOLD), 2000 SE7 (SOLD); * 2000 DII SD (SOLD); * 1997 DI XD (REGRETFULLY SOLD); * 1995 ROVER LWB (SOLD); * 1991 ROVER SWB GD (SOLD); * 1985 ROVER SWB 5spd (TRADED); 1971 Landie ( STOLEN; RECOVERED IN AZ FULL STRIP)

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    I don't think so... you better check the accumulator. It may have a serious leak.

    --Paul
    '93 LWB, one of many L-R's over the years (GDE bumper w/Warn 8k, Disco axles, RTE 2" springs, Viair)
    1964 88" Truck Cab -- Stolen, then re-appeared locally after 20 yrs
    1966 88" Station Wagon -- Sold
    1967 NADA 109" -- Sold (after I wedged a 300 CID Ford 6 into it)... Help locate! Green 1967 NADA 109
    1990 RRC -- caught fire while wife driving solo... Good times!

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