Hello and thank you for using just answer. The most important thing here is getting the codes. If the lamp comes back on then the important thing is to NOT shut the vehicle off, many abs codes clear out after the vehicle is shut off and if the warning indicator comes on then you need to drive it to the dealer so they can capture the codes while they are still stored.
There are not any "known" issues with these systems on your car. It may likely be due to low voltage, be sure that the battery is carefully tested to see if low voltage may be an issue here. If the battery tests good then the alternator also needs to be tested.
As far as the tire pressure light, you need to check to be sure that all pressures are even and tires sizes match, then push and hold the tire pressure reset button under the driver dash for 5 seconds with the key in the "on" position and vehicle not moving. The tire pressures are monitored by the ABS control ECU on this vehicle and need to be reset evrytime the pressures are adjusted, tires are rotated or tires are replaced or the light will falsely come on at times.
Thanks. The deal is "all four of these lights" come on for a period of time. I did make sure to reset the tire pressure light. However, it still happens. On Aug. 31, 2008 I did have one tire replaced---but, this was not long after I had 4 new tires put on, so I think the four tires should have close to the same tread....
Thanks for your help.