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Shut off lights on dash ABS and the T/C someone told me EGR value will do it

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If the check engine light was on, the problem could be the EGR valve.
But if you are only dealing with the Traction control and ABS lights, chances are there is a problem with the ABS system.
You would need to get the system scanned for trouble codes to proceed with testing.

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