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Using the C-Clamp is the proper way to retract the pistons. So it wasn`t your fault for the aABS light.
check the brake fluid level, check the wheel speed sensors connection on all 4 wheels,
Drive vehicle for a few miles too see if the ABS resets itself.
If the light is still on, then have the truck checked with a SCANNER for the ABS problem..
ABS failures are common in the Honda Accord and the Honda Odyssey, especially during the 1995-1997 years. You will find that your ABS light will come on intermittently and then go out. Finally, the light will come on and stay on until the system is replaced. Honda has been charging owners about $1500 to replace the modulator and accumulator. Honda maintains that this is not a problem that is widespread. The Honda owners' notes show that the problem usually happens betwee n 50,000 miles and 100,000 miles. There is a buzzing associated with the system failing, too.-------------- try bleeding the ABS brake pump and check.You must bleed the abs pump, then reset the abs computer by removing the ABSB2 fuse.--------------
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The ABS will come on and stay lit for a couple seconds when you start the car. It should then extinguish. This is normal operation. If it stays lit there is a problem and the ABS will not be available, although the brake system is still fully operational. Leave a message if this is not solved.
the abs light is tripped by any computer-recognized problem within the abs system. a wheel sensor tends to be the most common cause of an abs light. while the light is on, the standard brakes function normally but the abs system is completely bypassed. the best way to diagnose this is to plug the vehicle into a code scanner. any decent shop can perform this service, or you can purchase a scanner at an auto parts store or online. if you do go that route, ensure that the scanner you purchase specifically can interpret abs codes
the ABS antilock braking system will if a fault occures? light up indicator light on dash but this means ABS is none operational thereby you will still be able to stop as if car not fitted with system i am conserned at your comment having to pump brake pedal? why? too much travel on pedal? but will pump up harder?? when you replaced front brakes? were the pads and discs replaced? did you bleed the brakes hydraulc system after ? from what you've said i am sure the ABS is working but a sensor /s is sensing premature brake lock up on either front or rear? so if you are certain front brakes ok? thencheck rears? if rear brakes are drums ? remove and inspect for wear or possible contamination ie cyl leaking fluid on shoes would cause brakes to adhese to drum on application also grabbing ? hope this helps some?