2001 cavalier abs, service and track light
My plates are currently suspended because I need
to pass emissions. This past weekend I had the
entire exhaust fixed, put in a new O2 sensor,
replaced the muffler and had the oil changed.
So the check engine light and oil light have gone
off. Once the cables were off the battery and
reattached the lights all went off briefly except the
service light. About a month ago I also had the
brake pads replaced.
I cannot figure out why the abs, track and service
lights are still on.
My car is only worth about $750 and I've already
put $400 into it the past few months. What can I
possibly do to make these lights go off?
It runs well. Starts every time, stop like it should
and after replacing a fuse shifts like it should. Is
there any way to even temporarily make all the
lights go off?
I just need to pass emissions then I don't care if
they are on or not. I don't have any money to get a
different car and have to be able to drive legally for
work. Please help me figure this out. I'm losing
about $300 a week of potential income by not
being able to figure out how to get the lights to go
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