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How do I fix the abs lite is on and er code 55 is on also

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Get a shop to scan the car and test the oxygen sensor.
I suspect the sensor has failed but it could be caused by a few other issues but its not as likely.
For the abs the easy way is to check for debris on each wheel sensor and tone wheel. If they are dirty or have metal shavings from brake dust it can cause the abs system to fault. Simply cleaning them can correct the fault

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