'94 Civic EX ABS Light Always On ... any ideas?

Discussion in 'Civic' started by PK, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. PK

    PK Guest

    I have a Honda Civic 1994 EX 1.5L VTEC and the ABS light is always on from
    ignition start to ignition off - all the time the car is running.

    This started about a week ago with it going on and off at no specific times
    when I was driving about and now it's been on steady for almost a week. I've
    checked the brake fluid levels and pumped on the brake pedal for another
    week of driving but no joy ... anyone know of how to resolve this problem?

    All help appreciated.

    Regards,
    PK

    (If this requires some sort of electronic diagnostic device then any
    suggestions on which one to get is also welcome - so far I've been lucky
    enough not to have to troubleshoot any significant car problems.)
     
    PK, Jun 3, 2005
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  2. PK

    tomb Guest

    PK wrote:
    | I have a Honda Civic 1994 EX 1.5L VTEC and the ABS light is always
    | on from ignition start to ignition off - all the time the car is
    | running.
    |
    | This started about a week ago with it going on and off at no
    | specific times when I was driving about and now it's been on steady
    | for almost a week. I've checked the brake fluid levels and pumped on
    | the brake pedal for another week of driving but no joy ... anyone
    | know of how to resolve this problem?

    Tegger has a link to it from
    http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/faq.html#brakes -
    http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/tt/tt100410.htm

    (it says pre-94 Honda/Acura, but my Chilton's, which goes up to '95, lists
    essentially the same procedure and has the same codes as are listed at the
    end of the article)
     
    tomb, Jun 3, 2005
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  3. PK

    PK Guest

    tomb,

    many thanks, I had come across Tegger's link in my travels but that's very
    useful confirmation to know the codes are the same.

    Thanks, I'll try and get through these steps and see where it takes me.

    Regards,
    PK
     
    PK, Jun 4, 2005
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