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post #1 of 8 Old 06-06-2010, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
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how to reset esp bas?

I installed my adjustable tracbar and got called out to work before i centered my steering wheel and the esp, bas, and traction control lights all came on.
ABS came on about 8 times while driving till finally the ecm faulted out.
now a week later i got the wheel centered and figured i could hook my obd scanner up and clear it but no luck.
How in the hell do i reset it??
driving it wont reset it i drove it 25 miles, no reset....

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not sure if you did this .. but i would unhook the battery for 15 mins or so with your lights turned on .. that might reset it... seems like it should go off after you center your wheel.
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You can try disconnecting the battery, but I have found that it will just reset itself after a while.

Worst case is you damaged the clock spring, but I highly doubt that


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How "centered" is the wheel? If it is off just a little then it will throw the light. Mine stayed on even after I made some adjustments I centered some more and the lights went off after driving for a while.

I am not sure how long it takes to clear the damn thing once the wheel is centered.... hopefully someone who knows can enlighten us.

Good luck dude.

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it takes a certain amount of good key cycles to shut off, I forget if its 2 or 3 good runs of the wheel being centered. The battery disconnect should work though IF the wheel is actually straight.


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Mine is off center after the last weekend run. So Following this with interest. I have not had time to try and recenter the wheel yet but I will as soon as I find the post on how. Ok so I lied I had one day to try it but ended up yanking rear fenders and getting drunk with the neighbor. Sue me.
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Went for a ride to the auto parts store and the damn thing finally went off!!!!!
So all you have to do is be patient and it goes away.
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Don't think so on mine. My cruise control lever is almost straight up.
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