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May 14, 2012 - 12 posts
Car run great the only issue is the dashboard brake light is flashing randomly. ...Finally, the instrument cluster is hardwired to the ABS module, ... Also,i change the parking brake switch and the light goes on & off less frequent.
Anytime the abs light is on it will disable the abs system.What you need to do is jump the 2 pin blue connector under right side of dash with a paper clip.Turn ignition switch on and count the blinks of the abs light.Most likely is a damaged or shorted abs wheel speed sensor which is most common.Here what the connector looks like that you need to jump....
If your ABS light tunr on, is telling you there is an issue with the abs pump itself.It could be possibly failing or just air bound but theses are known to leak .You need to check the pump next.
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First is buy a bike manual to see what the procedure is to find the fault code which will be a series of flashing light on the ABS system that will tell you the fault. Second solution take it to your Honda dealer.
There is a simple way to fix it as I've discovered. Start your bike, if lights are flashing ride for a mile or two applying the rear brake a few times. Stop the bike and place on centre stand. switch off motor then restart. Your flashing lights should have gone. Why the flashing happens is if you ride and use your rear brake rarely and then your bike sits for a day or two without use your rear brake assembly fully retracts, ie pads away from disc and ABS gizzmos inactive. The ABS sensor unit then reports extended non use pattern to the onboard 'brain' which activates the warning mode of flashing lights. This has worked for me several times over the last 5 years when its occured. Full ABS operations return. Tried it on a mates bike and it fixed same problem on his.