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When did the light come on? Have you tried to initialize the ABS module?
When did this start? Did you replace the ABS module? What is your VIN?
The new clockspring is your problem. You will need to relearn the steering angle sensor to resolve your issues... If your scantool will not perform this then you will need to bring it in and our Witech here at the dealership will do it..
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Yes the clockspring is also the steering angle sensor and it needs to be relearned.. If your Snapon is not capable then you will need to bring it in to have us(Dealership) program it with the WITech scantool.
We charge 1 hour labor which is around 100.00 to be performed..
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No you did not cause this when you cleared the codes.. This was caused by not relearing the clockspring/SAS when it was replaced.. You will need to re-initialize the ABS module by driving it and turning 90 deg. The scantool will tell you what to do and when complete you will not have any lights on in the dash..
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