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    what the Abs light in the civic indicates...?its always on and on my last civic it was not like this it just automatically turned off after starting the engine.. Kindly helpme out....

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    u will have to take the car to the honda dealer ship.seems like the abs sensor has malfunctioned. tried hard braking?does the abs work as it should?
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    if the truns off after u start the engin then every thing is perfect but if the light turns on when engin is running there is a problem with abs u must take ur car to honda dealership
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    the guy clearly said the light does not go OFF even after he starts the car. its an ABS sensor malfunction
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    the brakes get locked if used hard..i mean the tires stop a bit before the car comes to rest......

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    check the Fuse of your ABS system
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    Yes you should check the fuse in the first place, if its ok then go to the dealership straight.

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    @Aliraza
    Like @hashu said your ABS sensor has malfunctioned, either due to a short fuse or messed up sensor. You can have this done yourself if you like it is just unplug and plug with abit of bold tightening work. But recommend you go the Honda dealer
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    where exactly is the ABS fuse... and how to check the braking system of my car.... is ther any test so that we can check is the braking system Alrite....?

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    @Aliraza
    The ABS fuse is located in the engine compartment fuse box.
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