No, not unless you want to test every wire, sensor and solenoid in the
However, 95% of the time, a wheel sensor is to blame. Go to each wheel and
check for an open circuit in each wheel sensor. If all okay, check the
connectors, these get corroded and lose contact.
All that will take time, if you knew the code, you could go right to the
yes jump where the diag. plugs in across a and b amd count the flashes of
your check engine light when it shows 55 the test is done mark dowwnany #s
in between als the light will blink like 3 times then 5 this is a code 35
for example and it should repeat three times hope this helps
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