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Old 04-08-2010, 06:07 AM
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need help lights on dash!

did a 2nd and 3rd gear pull this morning and my esp, and bas light came on! is it just a matter of resetting the battery? i didnt have time to do it yet, pulled in to work with like 3 mins to spare. hope that its just a simple reset
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did a 2nd and 3rd gear pull this morning and my esp, and bas light came on! is it just a matter of resetting the battery? i didnt have time to do it yet, pulled in to work with like 3 mins to spare. hope that its just a simple reset
The ESP System should reset with a simple Key OFF/ Key ON Cycle.


If you start the car back up, and those two lights are illuminated you are having an ESP System Failure.

It will be stored within the PCM as an ABS System Failure.


If you need to clear all current DTC's, and don't have a Scan Gauge, then simply disconnect the Negative Terminal on the Battery for 15 minutes.
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You running different size wheels/tyres?
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The ESP System should reset with a simple Key OFF/ Key ON Cycle.


If you start the car back up, and those two lights are illuminated you are having an ESP System Failure.

It will be stored within the PCM as an ABS System Failure.


If you need to clear all current DTC's, and don't have a Scan Gauge, then simply disconnect the Negative Terminal on the Battery for 15 minutes.
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You running different size wheels/tyres?
did the negitvie battery cable disconnect, didnt work! also no i have the stock w/t's. good news it finally went off last night on my way to the ball fields! thanks guys for response's!
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You running different size wheels/tyres?
TIRES?? LOL..
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Nope, tyres is spelt with a Y.
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You could always try a hard reset, diconnect both battery terminal and then cycle the key a couple of time. Reconnect battery, you then should be good to go.
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