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Can't pull up code with OBDCOM tool

I have three warnings, "brake", "ABS", and "IMS" on my 2004 Honda Civic Hybrid, but can't pull up the codes. How much do I have to spend to get a tool that will get these codes for me? How do I know which tools will do it?

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I had the same problem on my 2003 Deville- dealer said it was the antilock sensor module- cost about $2000 at the GM dealer to fix it- thank goodness for extended warranty coverage!

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Check if the hand brake is active , these lights are brakes of your car you need to get it checked by authorized service center ,THe tool will cost from 200 $ to 300$.........

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