How do I reset the ABS lights on 2005 Honda Odyssey
My ABS and VSA warning lights are on after changing a wheel bearing and CV-axle on right-front wheel. No other wheels were touched. I pulled the knuckle and had a shop press the bearing. The shop and AllData diagram confirm the bearing is oriented correctly (the black magnetic part facing towards the inside of the knuckle). Speed sensor appears undamaged. I removed the speed sensor and cleaned it again. A ODB2 scanner at the auto store shows codes 12-1 right front, 14-1 left front, 18-1 left-rear, 81-1 cpu, 61-1 High/Low +B-FSR Voltage. All I touched was the right-front wheel.
The brakes work good during a hard stop test, but no ABS-rumble kicked in when I think it should have (all the contents of back seat are now in the front seat area).
Before I start replacing parts, I want reset the ABS codes to see if the problem re-appears. I would prefer to perform a sequence of button/brake/ignition/etc. actions to reset the light, but I can't details for 2005 Honda Odyssey.
Can I reset the codes affecting ABS lights with a tool like this? http://www.scantool.net/obdlink-mx.html
All Data just says "Clear the DTC." I'm concerned that the OBD2 won't clear ABS-related DTC codes. I know brakes are important. I intend to fix this correctly, but I'm looking for an answer other than scare-tactic, "This has to do with brakes, you gotta go to the dealer!". Please help if you can.