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Old 05-09-2011, 05:55 PM
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DTC P1000 and why is my ABS light now on???

My wife called telling me the Ex wouldnt start. Got home and had the typical dead battery clicking.. I cleaned posts on both and put a charge on them. I now have ABS light on so I checked my Evolution and P1000 was kicked up.. I am assuming that trouble code is for the ABS.... How do I reset it? I am assuming it has something to do with the batteries being low or unhooked.. Help please..
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It has nothing to do with your ABS, that is just the PCM stating that not all OBD2 monitors have cleared since the last reset (dead battery) It will go away after a few drive cycles.
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It has nothing to do with your ABS, that is just the PCM stating that not all OBD2 monitors have cleared since the last reset (dead battery) It will go away after a few drive cycles.


So the code will go away, what about the ABS light?
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ABS light will to as long as there isnt a sensor issue
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ABS light will to as long as there isnt a sensor issue
whaa?



abs light comes on if there IS a sensor issue.
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He is saying the ABS light will go away (just like the code will go away when the PCM is satisfied) when the sensor issue is resolved .....
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whaa?



abs light comes on if there IS a sensor issue.
In this case Jarrod the ABS light most likely came on because the batteries were drained completely since it wasnt on before
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Old 05-10-2011, 04:24 AM
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for some reason i just noticed this is a 6oh thread. doh sorry.

7.3s dont do it. welll both of mine never did with the p1000 code.
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In this case Jarrod the ABS light most likely came on because the batteries were drained completely since it wasnt on before
So this is the drive it and pray repair...
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Old 05-10-2011, 07:32 AM
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The P1000 code is coming from having the Evolution connected to the OBD port. Its a useless code as far as I'm concerned. Anytime you plug a scanner into the port it will have that code too. My tech told me this BTW
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