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Old 24 Sep 2003, 10:27 pm
mike
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Default 94 GSR - ABS light question

ABS light comes on after a minute of driving. Dealer wants $82 just
to hook it up to the computer to see what the error is. Any way to do
this without taking it to the dealer?

Thanks!
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Old 25 Sep 2003, 08:10 am
John Ings
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Default Re: 94 GSR - ABS light question

On 24 Sep 2003 19:27:42 -0700, imbalzan2@yahoo.com (mike) wrote:

>ABS light comes on after a minute of driving. Dealer wants $82 just
>to hook it up to the computer to see what the error is. Any way to do
>this without taking it to the dealer?


Check the brake fluid level in the reservoir, which is seperate from
the main one. Make sure your park brake is fully off, the system will
fail it's self check if it isn't. Do you hear the pump run at startup?
If not check its fuse.



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Old 25 Sep 2003, 11:20 am
Tim Wisner
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Default Re: 94 GSR - ABS light question

On 24 Sep 2003 19:27:42 -0700, imbalzan2@yahoo.com (mike) wrote:

>ABS light comes on after a minute of driving. Dealer wants $82 just
>to hook it up to the computer to see what the error is. Any way to do
>this without taking it to the dealer?
>
>Thanks!


Many autopart stores will hook up an OBD II reader for free and tell you the
codes. For the cost of two reads at a dealer, you could buy your own OBD II
reader. What a rip off...

Enjoy,

Tim W.

www.wisner.us
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Old 25 Sep 2003, 11:51 am
Jim Yanik
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Default Re: 94 GSR - ABS light question

Tim Wisner <tlwisner@bigfoot.com> wrote in
news:lr16nv0225cosbi2ero5f06cgfib0bmgof@4ax.com:

> On 24 Sep 2003 19:27:42 -0700, imbalzan2@yahoo.com (mike) wrote:
>
>>ABS light comes on after a minute of driving. Dealer wants $82 just
>>to hook it up to the computer to see what the error is. Any way to do
>>this without taking it to the dealer?
>>
>>Thanks!

>
> Many autopart stores will hook up an OBD II reader for free and tell
> you the codes. For the cost of two reads at a dealer, you could buy
> your own OBD II reader. What a rip off...
>
> Enjoy,
>
> Tim W.
>
> www.wisner.us
>


94 teg is OBDI,not II.

OBDII began in 96,IIRC.

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Jim Yanik,NRA member
jyanik@kua.net
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Old 30 Sep 2003, 02:39 am
Ryan
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Default Re: 94 GSR - ABS light question

On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 12:40:10 GMT, "E. Meyer" <e.meyer@ieee.org> wrote:

>
>Good post, but the ABS has its own set of diagnostic codes which are not the
>same as the ECU codes.


You're right. ABS codes can be found here.

http://www.team-integra.net/sections...?ArticleID=493

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