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I have a 2006 GT, and the other night I was pulling out of a parking lot and got after it slightly. My GT fish tailed a little, and then the ABS and TCS lights came on. Have ben on since " 2 days". Any ideas on this ? Without taking it to the dealership...... Thanks
You can reset the ABS computer by disconnecting the negative battery cable for a few minutes, then reconnecting it. If there is a fault in the circuitry, however, the light may return immediately after turning the key on as it performs it's self test. In addition, the light means that your antilock brake system is disabled...and this is an important safety feature of your vehicle. If equipped with traction control or stability control, these systems will also be disabled.