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99 jetta 2.0 check engine light. HELP

I dont know why the abs light is on and check engine, i have an aftermarket cold air intake in, is that what is making the check engine light on? and i replaced brakes and abs is still on? i need help

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Replacing brakes will not shut the abs light off. You have either a bad sensor or accumulated dirt on a sensor. There's a sensor for each wheel so you have to either pull a code or visually see which sensor is bad, craced, chiped, etc, then change. As for the CE light, go to auto zone and they'll hook it up and tell you why it's on. You have to use a scanner to find out.

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