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How do you get the abs warning light off your Mazda mx3?

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2008-03-07 09:20:42
2008-03-07 09:20:42

BRIDGE THE TERMINALS GND AND TBS IN THE DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET. SWITCH THE IGNITION ON. THIS WILL CAUSE THE ABS LIGHT TO FLASH. (BY COUNTING THE FLASHES WILL EXPLAIN THE FAULT STORED IN THE ECU. EXPLAINED BELOW.) DEPRESS AND RELEASE THE BRAKE PEDAL 10 TIMES IN 10 SECONDS. REMOVE THE BRIDGE WIRE. THIS WILL TURN OFF THE ABS LIGHT AS LONG AS THE FAULT HAS BEEN CURED. A LOT OF THE TIME IT CAN BE A GLITCH IN THE SYSTEM. LONG FLASH REPRESENTS 10'S SHORT FLASH REPRESENTS UNITS EXAMPLE ONE LONG FLASH FOLLOWED BY TWO SHORT FLASHES EQUALS CODE 12 LEFT FRONT WHEEL SENSOR. 11 RF WHEEL SENSOR 12 LF " 13 RR " 14 LR " 15 WHEEL SPEED SENSORS 22 RF HYD MOD SOL VALVE 24 LF " 26 RR " 28 LR " 51 SYSTEM RELAY 53 PUMP MOTOR / RELAY 61 ECU 63 SUPPLY VOLTAGE HOPE THIS HELPS GOOD LUCK.

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