How do i rest my pc on my 2011 ford focus to get rid of the tracking and ABS sysmbol?

Asked by Jul 08, 2017 at 09:59 AM about the 2011 Ford Focus SE

Question type: General

I had my 2011 ford focus right front wheel bearing replaced and when I got my
car back after it was done, the ABS light and tracking car light went on. How do
I get rid of these two lights?

5 Answers

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Sounds like you need to return the vehicle to the place that repaired it. Either they left the abs sensor unplugged or they installed a bad or wrong hub assembly.

Ok but if hey will not check it to see, if I disconnect my battery, will the two lighted symbols go away?

54,535

They would check it if it were mine or I would be standing on top of the manager's desk and causing as big a disturbance as I could. If there are actual errors in the system disconnecting the battery will not help.

i reset the battery on my 2013 ford focus by disconnecting the battery for 5 minuets, then reconnecting it and leaving the key in the 2nd position for 5 minutes.

When you disconnect the battery, do you disconnect both positive and negative terminals or a specific terminal?

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