You need a scan tool that can read ABS codes. Most of the parts stores will only scan for engine/power-train codes. My suggestion is to buy an entry level tool and use it. Having it yourself means that you can also help friends/neighbors or even family as well. Plus it would allow you to actually see what the codes are and possibly some of the live data to make servicing a vehicle easier.
These are just some examples of tools that can read OBDII/CAN/ABS and more.
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Sunday, February 5th, 2017 AT 1:18 PM