Take it somewhere to get the codes read to find out why the light is on.
It's possible that the guy that worked on your intake manifold unplugged a
wire and didn't plug it back in again, OR disturbed an ABS wire that is now
touching a hot engine part which melted through the insulation and shorted
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Take it back and let them deal with it. It is probably something
that wasn't plugged back in. There are a number of sensors that
are disconnected while replacing the intake gasket, and any number
of them would cause your light to come on if disconnected.
Whoops, I guess I should read the subject line more closely.
I'd still take it back and have them check it out, but it's not
quite as likely that the work they did on the manifold would
affect your abs light. Still, it's possible, depending on what
and where they were on your car.
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