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Old 24 Apr 2004, 04:12 pm
karlj
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Default ABS and SRS Warning Lights

I have a 2002 civic EX that has the SRS and ABS warning lights coming on.
The ABS light will go on and off, sometimes shutting off when you slow
down or when you hit the brakes. The SRS stays on most of the time, even
if you connect the drivers side seat belt.

Is there anything common with these two lights that could give me a clue
as to the problem? The civic dealer said a dead battery could trigger the
ABS light, but that has never happened. All fuses are fine, no frayed
wires or connections that are loose.

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Old 24 Apr 2004, 08:21 pm
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Default Re: ABS and SRS Warning Lights

Is it under warranty? Make the dealer fix it. The key is to read out the
codes which will tell what is failing..


"karlj" <jerseyfield@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
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> I have a 2002 civic EX that has the SRS and ABS warning lights coming on.
> The ABS light will go on and off, sometimes shutting off when you slow
> down or when you hit the brakes. The SRS stays on most of the time, even
> if you connect the drivers side seat belt.
>
> Is there anything common with these two lights that could give me a clue
> as to the problem? The civic dealer said a dead battery could trigger the
> ABS light, but that has never happened. All fuses are fine, no frayed
> wires or connections that are loose.
>



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Old 24 Apr 2004, 11:17 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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Default Re: ABS and SRS Warning Lights

karlj wrote:
>
> I have a 2002 civic EX that has the SRS and ABS warning lights coming on.
> The ABS light will go on and off, sometimes shutting off when you slow
> down or when you hit the brakes. The SRS stays on most of the time, even
> if you connect the drivers side seat belt.
>
> Is there anything common with these two lights that could give me a clue
> as to the problem? The civic dealer said a dead battery could trigger the
> ABS light, but that has never happened. All fuses are fine, no frayed
> wires or connections that are loose.


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Karlj,

Perform the 'Lamp Check' that's described in your manual, and you'll
likely find that your BRAKE warning lamp is dead. Then check your brake
fluid level, and you'll see it's low, or your park brake isn't going to
the OFF position correctly.

This stuff is all covered in your Fine owner's manual.

Read the stuff about the passenger's seat being unnocupied, while you've
got the manual out.

'Curly'
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