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Any car gurus with a good ODB2 reader that reads Hyundai Accent ABS module codes?


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Old 11-25-2020 , 05:48   Any car gurus with a good ODB2 reader that reads Hyundai Accent ABS module codes?
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A while ago I had a squirrel chew through some wiring in my engine bay that caused all sorts of problems. I wired everything back and got my airbags and headlights back to working order but the ABS and ECS lights stayed on. I have a cheap bluetooth ODB2 reader and that only reads the main ECU fault codes and nothing from the ABS module and even Advanced Auto's code reader doesn't pull any ABS data. From what I've read some of the imports need different (read: more expensive) readers to do this. If you have one of the better scan tools that supports a 2012 Hyundai Accent I'd be happy to pay you in cash or beer (age restrictions apply) to hook it up to see what it's saying, so if you can please PM me if you're willing to perform a quick diagnosis. I'm just trying to see if it just needs to be cleared since rewiring everything or if it's not still not seeing data from a specific wheel. Thank you!

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Old 11-26-2020 , 08:46   Re: Any car gurus with a good ODB2 reader that reads Hyundai Accent ABS module codes?
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Why don't you just visit a service center ? They may even read all codes for you for free of cost. And how are you using AMXX Modules on your Bosch(?) ECU
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