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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Although I am unfamiliar with the smart cars, it sounds like you just need to reset your computer. Remove the negative cable from your battery, then flip your lights on, pump the brakes, press the horn. What this will do is drain all the capacitors including the ones in your computer. Ultimately it will reset your computer (aka turn off the ABS and TC light) hope this is helpful and good luck
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
sounds like the brake pads may be metal to metal, that could be the noise problem, but until u have the system tested for the trouble code that is setin the ABS modules memory when the light comes on you are guessing, the Dealer is the only one in most cases that has the scan tool to check ABS trouble codes.
Posted on May 13, 2009
Testimonial: "That the last thing I wanted to here but "dealership" but the truth sometimes hurt. Not the brakes though (clanking noise)"
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