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Old 08-16-2009, 07:36 AM   #1
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Default 2000 prelude - abs light - 6 long 1 fast.

I jumped my ABS light sensor and I'm getting what I think is 6 -1. I'm assuming you just count the times the light appears. The last flash is very quick and the rest are longer. Does anyone know if that is ignition voltage or right wheel sensor? I've seen two different code lists.

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Default Re: 2000 prelude - abs light - 6 long 1 fast.

abs computer prob took a crapper.. get a new 1
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Default Re: 2000 prelude - abs light - 6 long 1 fast.

Is there anyway to verify that? The reason I ask is when I tested my 12V constant wire in the past and the car cranked it would drop to around 7V during the process. I'll do some more testing but wasn't sure if maybe it did have to do with the voltage issues or not.
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Default Re: 2000 prelude - abs light - 6 long 1 fast.

61 is an ignition voltage code. The troubleshooting procedure is to basically check the charging system. Do you have the service manual?
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Default Re: 2000 prelude - abs light - 6 long 1 fast.

Just downloaded it. I guess I was reading the engine light blink because that was on too. I assumed that would flash the error for the ABS with the jumper. I Cleared that by pulling the fuse and the ABS light never blinks giving me any codes at all. It just stays on. Service manual has a process for checking why it doesnt turn off so I'll go through that unless anyone has better advice.
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Old 08-16-2009, 09:45 AM   #6
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Default Re: 2000 prelude - abs light - 6 long 1 fast.

Did all the troubleshooting and noticed the light turned off when I reseated the instrument panel cable. Go figure. Should of checked that first since it was the simplest.

Thanks for the suggestions guys.
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