How do you turn off the ABS light on a Honda Accord?

My ABS light on my Honda Accord recently came on and it’s really annoying me. How do you turn off the ABS light on a Honda Accord?

Melanie Mergen · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Oh no! Not knowing the reason why a light on your dashboard has come on can definitely be annoying. Still, the safest way to turn off a
Honda Accord’s
ABS warning light is to get the required repair.
Your Honda Accord’s anti-lock braking system (ABS) helps keep your wheels from locking up in certain situations, like if you were to slam on your brakes or drive on a slippery road surface, so you can more easily control your vehicle. If your ABS warning light is on, the system might not be working properly.
The reason your ABS light is on could be a false alarm or easy fix. It could also point to a more substantial problem with your braking system, especially if other related warning indicator lights have also come on (which could be a serious safety issue!).
A mechanic can run a diagnostic scan on your car to determine the problem, how severe it is, and what you can do about it.
Hope this helps! As you continue taking care of your Honda Accord, you’ll want to protect it from the unexpected with the right car insurance policy.
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