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2006 Mustang GT... ABS & car dash lights came on at start-up and remained on

Today the abs light came on when i started it up along with the (car with the skid marks).It happened when i turned the tc off as i always do.Then the tc would not turn on ( a good thing) but the other lights still stayed on ( by the tach).
Any ideas? should i reload the tune?


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That's weird... Never seen that before.


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That's weird... Never seen that before.
Figures! I have to be the one to stump you I will try a couple things and let you know tommorrow.

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id try to reflash the ecu.
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Help, maybe.

I had a similar prob. when mine was new. Have the dealer check the speed sensors at each wheel for the tx system. They didn't find it at first but went a level or 2 deeper in the diagnostics and found a bad sensor shutting down the system 'cause it thought 1 wheel was going faster than the others.
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