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Old 24 Dec 2010, 04:01 pm
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Default honda jazz 2005: the brake & abs light stay lit?

Today 5cm of snow in the UK, attempted to take the Honda Jazz out of the drive but after 10 minutes of attempting to get the car up the hill I decided to abandon the effort due to significant wheel spinning. During the wheel spinning both the hand brake light and abs light have stayed on even though the handset is not on, any ideas why?
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