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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 nissan frontier 4x4
Well since the lights are controlled by the OBD (on board diagnostics), you'll have to reset it. You may be able to do this by simply disconnecting the battery for a few hours. However, a lot of newer vehicles have electronically locked radios which require the manual to be able to be re-enabled.
I'd check out the radio before disconnecting the battery.
The only other ways are to physically disconnect the lights in the dash or get someone with an OBD reader to clear the codes.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
You may be better off checking at dealer, or autoparts store for an adapter harness that goes inline. They simply plug into the harness ahead of all your tailights etc, and make it easier. At most, you may end up having to run a separate wire for brake control.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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