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Old 05 Dec 2011, 04:17 am
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Default whats wrong with my 2005 honda city abs?and the D is blinking.?

Hi, my 2005 honda city is having a problem that SOMETIMES the ABS light with On and the emergency brake light is On, if i keep continue to drive, the D light will blinking. When the ABS light is On, it will has "TOK TOK TOK" sound at the front. SOMETIMES is ok. Is it the ABS got problem or the transmision got problem? got any solution for it?
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