ABS and BRAKE lights on

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Asked by Jul 12, 2017 at 10:56 AM about the 2007 Honda Civic LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi all,
I have an Honda civic 2007.
When I start the car,I have an ABS and BRAKE lights on. Nothing is blinking.
I think both lights are related.

The OBD2 scanner doesn't read the ABS code.
After some research I read you can jump pin 4 and 9 on your OBD2 and see
any blink on the dashboard. But nothing is blinking except the mileage
information.
Any one has an idea.

5 Answers

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what type of obd tools do.u.use to scan the car.and hv you.check the brake pad and brake fluid.try to get back to me on this.

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I am using the free scanner from Advanced auto(Actron). The brake fluid is right at the lower line.

258,045

You should have the fluid to the MAX line, then the Brake light on the dash should go off.

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Tom, The fluid level is fine, it is about min. The one I looked at first was for the power steering

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Here is the result I got from a scanner tool (actron) from advanced auto. ODBII No codes ABs Not detected

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