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Does anyone know how to do this on a 98 Tacoma, I just replaced faulty ABS pump and now I need to reset light.
 

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Probably just disconnect the battery for about 30 secs, usually works on stuff like that!
 

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Tried that.......didnt work.
 

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GoodyearMTR said:
Does anyone know how to do this on a 98 Tacoma, I just replaced faulty ABS pump and now I need to reset light.
Uh, I'd say something is still wrong. I had ABS issues, and as soon as they were corrected the light went away- without reseting anything.
 

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Well I went from rock hard brakes and not stopping, to good pedal and now stopping. I think it is fixed. I will try to reset light tomorrow with my scanner, though I dont think it does ABS
 

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When I first bought my 98 the light was on. After all was said and done, the stealer had to replace the whole ABS ecu. Ha, ha, ha. Hopefully this is not your case.
 

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My light is on all the time, but then again I ripped out the fuse a few months ago after tiring of the ABS going off while in 4hi and on snow packed dirt roads. That gets old in a hurry.

I intend to replace the fuse (I broke it to get it out unfortunately), and install a switch under the hood to disable it when I want.

I thought ABS was supposed to go off in 4lo, but mine doesn't even do that.
 

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GoodyearMTR said:
Does anyone know how to do this on a 98 Tacoma, I just replaced faulty ABS pump and now I need to reset light.
alldata says to connect terminals Tc and E1 on the dlc1(data link connector 1 which should be under the hood) and then remove the short pin from dlc1. Then turn on the key and pump the brake pedal 8 or more times within 5 seconds. Remove jumper wire from Tc and E1 and put the short pin back into dlc1. Codes should be cleared.
 

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Thank you.........I will try that.
 

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sagexp said:
My light is on all the time, but then again I ripped out the fuse a few months ago after tiring of the ABS going off while in 4hi and on snow packed dirt roads. That gets old in a hurry.

I intend to replace the fuse (I broke it to get it out unfortunately), and install a switch under the hood to disable it when I want.

I thought ABS was supposed to go off in 4lo, but mine doesn't even do that.
I believe the ABS is disabled when the TRD Locker is engaged...not 4lo.
 
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