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.

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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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