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How do you get the abs light off on a 1995 camaro?

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2009-02-04 03:02:30
2009-02-04 03:02:30

first see if its low on fluid if not there's a fault in the switch ----In my 94 the Abs Inop Light was on. This Caused my cruise control to stop working. My third brake light was out on my spoiler and simply replacing it caused the light to go off and cruise to start working

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