How do you reset the ABS light in a Toyota?

My ABS light keeps turning on, but my brakes feel fine when I drive my Camry. What’s the best way to reset the ABS light in my Toyota?

Joshua Levy · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Your ABS light typically comes on to indicate a major problem in your anti-lock
braking system
. That said, you should never turn off your ABS light before getting your brakes checked by a professional.
If you’re sure your brakes are fine, then you can follow these steps to reset the ABS light in your
Step 1: Open your hood and remove the negative battery cable with a socket wrench.
Step 2: Wait for at least three seconds.
Step 3: Reconnect the negative battery cable to your car battery.
Step 4: Tighten the cable with a socket wrench.
When you disconnect your battery, the whole electrical system resets. If the ABS light is malfunctioning, then it should reset if you followed the above steps. But if there’s a problem with your brake system, it may turn back on.
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