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Service light can be turned if with an OBII scanner (Autozone or any good parts store can reset service light for FREE) The ABS & trace control lights are in because you have a wheel sensor(s) that are bad - replace bad sensor and then a certified shop or dealer has to reset ABS light (EXPENSIVE TOOL)
The ABS and traction off lights usually indicate a bad wheel speed sensor. I can't remember if the service light came on the three times mine went. The most common one to fail is the left front.
Try this cheap fix first.
Remove the left front wheel speed sensor, clean and reinstall it. They are magnetic and some times road debris will block the sensor. If that was the problem the ABS and traction lights will go off when you start the car.
Your second option is to have the shop scan the vehicle trouble codes, usually this costs an hours labor.
No, they are unrelated. If the Trac Off light came on - you could have an ABS or wheel speed sensor problem. You can go to any major auto parts store and they can hook up a scanner to your vehicle and retrieve the details behind any trouble codes that are present. They can then also reset them. This is a free service, too! :)
Some times the wheel speed sensor will go out on either side. This will make the A.B.S. light come on. But I dont see why the service engine light would come on. I would segest changing all wheel speed sensors and take it for a drive. The A.B.S. light should go out. If the service engine light dose not go out your local auto parts stors can run a diagnostics test to tell you what the light is on for.