Question about 2003 Mazda Protege
I was working on my front hub to replace the wheel bearing and I dis-connected the abs sys at the hub and now the abs light is on. How do i clear the error and make the light go off.
You can take it to a nearby aftermarket parts place, and they will likely do it for free. you can also "brain dead" the car, but i don't recommend it. to brain dead disconnect battery cables, touch them together and have a friend press the break pedal. it is supposed to dissipate the charge in all the capacitors, but i think its a risky maneuver in general.
a code shouldn't have set unless it was on during the repair or you forgot to plug it back in....
Posted on May 11, 2009
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