If it went in for light not working and it still isn't working they haven't done the job so take it back. How did you know the ABS wasn't working ?
Is it not impossible for the ABS to function 'as intended'/normally, yet, the functioning of the warning light to be defective?I have paid for the underlying issue solving so all should now be OK...
Woa, the case for 'attacking' the cluster is not proven yet! Diagnostics, diagnostics, diagnostics.You're going to have to remove the panel and then find the ABS LED making sure there is no dry joints first. If no joy, you're going to have to some how replace it.
I suppose it is possible that someone has masked off the led to hide the abs problem before selling the car. If the bulb check doesn't illuminate it and (presumably) there are no ABS faults registered following the repair then it must be down to the illumination system. However if the led had been removed or was faulty wouldn't that lead to a fault code itself?What is strange is that the light does not come on even for the Dash Light Check...
Jaguar have confirmed that the ABS is all fine and to be fair the ABS is not activating like it once was...!
Mine is a 2002 '51' Plate X Type Sport 3.0 AWD
Ohh! Did not know that the unit would need to be programmed with ecu to work...I was hoping to get a replacement from fleabay...!You could try out another one to test, although your engine will not start until the unit has been programmed to work with the cars ecu
I've just tried this with mine (2006 Sport Premium) and the ABS light does light up (along with every other bulb).I did the initial light check, second click of ignition and hold the trip button down. All the lights lit up apart from the ABS..is this correct?