Most likely a wheel speed sensor, hopefully... The only thing that will change when the ABS light is on is that the ABS will not function as long as the indicator is on. I hope this info helps.
When the airbag system is in functioning condition, the airbag warning light
will remain on for about 7 seconds
and go out when the ignition switch is set to ON
If there is any malfunction, the airbag warning light
will either stay on or off continuously. In such cases, perform
on-board diagnostic in accordance with the specified procedure to
determine trouble codes.
- Turn ignition switch ON (with engine OFF ).
HOW TO READ TROUBLE CODES
- Connect DIAG. terminal to No.2 terminal of diagnosis connector located inside lower cover.
- Check in accordance with the trouble code indicated by the AIRBAG warning light, and record the trouble codes.
- Turn the ignition switch "OFF " and remove the DIAG. terminal from No.2 terminal of diagnosis connector.
ABS lamp flashes a code corresponding to the faulty parts.
The long segment (1.2 secs
on) indicates a "ten", and the short segment (0.3 secs
on) indicates a "one".
This is the only information provided by the manufacturer for clearing diagnostic trouble codes.
After eliminating problem as per trouble code, clear memory as follows:
Make sure ignition switch is ON (and engine off). Connect one DIAG. terminal (1) on diagnosis connector (2) terminal No.1.
where warning light is flashing, connect the other DIAG. terminal (3) on terminal No. 2 for at least three seconds
. After memory is cleared, normal warning light flashing rate resumes. (Warning light flashes every 0.6 seconds
(ON-OFF operation.) Memory cannot be cleared if any problem exists.
After clear memory and then DIAG. terminals (1) and (3), extract from diagnosis connector (2)