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2009 Nissan altima hybrid reset maintenance display

I had my brakes pads and rotors replaced. Brake fluid is filled. The Brake light is on, The ABS light is on, the VDC light is on. The car drives and stops fine the battery is recharging through the braking as usual, everything seems fine except the warning lights are all on. How do I reset those?

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Some times resetting is as easy as disconnecting one battery cable and then reattaching it. Other times only a Nissan dealer can do it. Try the battery trick first if it doesn't work you may have to take it to a dealer. Hope this helps.

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