Honda Accord EX

How do you reset the abs light on a 1993 Honda accord ex?

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2008-10-10 15:57:02
2008-10-10 15:57:02

it resets automatically when there is not a problem. if it is still on, there is a problem. you may try bleeding the system and refilling it, otherwise your modulator is probably bad. this is a very common problem in older accords.

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