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02chuck

Smog check..then ABS Fault Error

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Took 2003 Boxster S and had it smogged.

It was put through the California dyno cycle.

After running through the test the car had the ABS fault code on dash.

I assume this is probably due to the speed differential between the

front and back axles.

So is this something that be reset w/o a tester or do I need a tester to reset/test for codes?

Thanks

Chuck

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Same thing happened to me when I put mine on the dyno. It should reset itself after you drive a few miles. I thought I needed to have the dealer reset mine but as I was driving to the dealership it reset on it's own.

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Took 2003 Boxster S and had it smogged.

It was put through the California dyno cycle.

After running through the test the car had the ABS fault code on dash.

I assume this is probably due to the speed differential between the

front and back axles.

So is this something that be reset w/o a tester or do I need a tester to reset/test for codes?

Thanks

Chuck

Normal -- should reset on it's own.

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As noted it has reset on it's own

Sort of thought that, but needed to check

Thanks for being a resource guys

Chuck

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