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My (abs) light came on my 2008 dodge charger srt8 and I heard that you can disconnect the negative cable to the battery for a few minutes then cannot it back. But I can't find it help!!!

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I dont think thats a good idea as the radio might get locked out. For the abs get it checked for codes and let us know what it says.

Posted on May 22, 2011

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Your battery is probably in the truck. Disconnecting the battey will "reset" the light, but if there is a problem it will come back on and you will need to figure out the problem and get it fixed.

Posted on May 22, 2011

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