I was inspecting the spider ( I bought it yesterday) engine bay.
I then manage to get the wiper sprinkles to work again, the rubber pipe was pinch somewhere. Then I went on looking around fiddling there and there.
To my surprise now I have the ABS warning light on. I have check other thread, I am pretty sure it is not the sensor but more something that I touch along the way...
One thing I know that went wrong in my inspection was the connector that is clipped next the shock in the engine bay. The connector is about 5/6 cm long in plastic. I tried to put it back on the plastic hook but the connector broke in small pieces, obviously cooked by the engine heat. I have used black duck tape to protect it. Is that connector part of the ABS system?
It s night now so I gave up and will look at it tomorrow.
I am just wondering if this it or I have to look somewhere else.
I am a new owner of this 97 spider 2.0 so I am
Thanks in advance guys.