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The ABS Fault is constantly on and DSC not available flashes

I have had the right rear drive shaft replaced as well as the left rear sensor. The ABS light comes on when I start it and stays on constantly and the DSC NOT AVAILABLE FLASHES. I had a diagnostics test done at the Jaguar dealer and the fault codes C1144 and C1235 showed up.

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most likely the ran it up on the lift and that triggers all these. you should be able to bring it any local garage and they should clear it. 

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try disconnecting the battery both leads and join them together for 5 mins and see what happens cannot find this fault code in teh jaguar OBD codes so consult with teh code reader manufacturers

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