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I HAVE A 2004 FREESTAR. THE ABS LIGHT WON'T GO OUT AFTER PUTTING NEW BRAKES ON IT. THE ROUTERS HAVE ALSO BEEN CHANGED. WE HAVE CHECKED ALL THE WIRING AS WELL. WHAT NEXT

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You will most likely have to have the garage put the scanner on it to turn the light off.

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