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Old 03-14-2011, 02:48 PM
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ABS light

I have a 1996 prelude SI all stock

and the issue i have is the abs light comes on only after driving the vehicle after start up you can have it parked for hours running and it wont turn on so basicly i have 2 questions

how do i get the abs system to flash the codes (where is the 2 pin test connector)

and how do i clear it because the vehicle was run before with the wheels off the ground when i put a new clutch in it

thanks any input would be great
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Re: ABS light

1996 Should be OBDII you would have to hook up too a scan tool to read codes and reset them.
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Re: ABS light

scan tool said it has manual read only
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Re: ABS light

Found this it might help

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Re: ABS light

this is better found it in a thread on here.

ENG: 4th gen -How-to diagnose your ABS light
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Re: ABS light

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Re: ABS light

The 2pin is behind your radio mounted on the floor with your srs plug its the blue one and the srs is yellow.
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Re: ABS light

I'll tell you now that it's a Honda and the abs light is a bitch.. As well as the check engine light..
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