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Old 05-09-2009, 06:56 AM
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ABS sensor light code help needed

I have managed to get the ABS light to blink a code up , what i am getting is 5 long flashes followed by 3 short flashes , my car is on the change over year its a late 97 2,2 Vetech . Can any one help because on the threads its saying ABS codes are all short blinks , but i can assure you mine is doing 5 long ones followed by 3 short flashes . Regards Tony
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Re: ABS sensor light code help needed

i think thats one of your speed sensors..ill double check and get back to you on which one it is.

The procedure to reset the ABS codes is as follows:

- Plug in a paper-clip to the blue service connector under the dash.

- Press the brake pedal and hold.

- Turn the ignition key to the second position (not starting the car).

- When the ABS light goes out take your foot off the brake.

- The light will come back on, press the brake pedal again and hold.

- After the light goes out, release the pedal.

- The light will blink twice to indicate the DTC code was erased.
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Re: ABS sensor light code help needed

I just did a self diagnostic on my 01 lude cause the check engine light was on and i got the 5 long and 3 short. I also got 1 long and 6 short as well. is it possible that the ABS codes could be telling me something is wrong with the engine? or should i just try that procedure above to erase both of the codes?
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Re: ABS sensor light code help needed

Hi,

Sorry to bring this thread back up but I've been having the same issue. I shorted out the cel plug



and I turn it onto II but nothing happens with the ABS light. The SRS light comes on for a while then off then back on. It will then stay on. I don't get it... Am I being an idiot or is there something wrong.

The ABS light came on a while ago and I pulled the fuse and it it worked. This is an MOT fail so it's kinda important.

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