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The problem is after riding 2 or 3 minutes, my ABS light come out (without any error code).
When I don't ride long time,it rework normally and after starting a few minutes,the ABS light up(without error code) and I don't know why?
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Hi. Welcome onboard. Does your ABS still work even with the light on? Easy way to test is take your bike up to 20 - 40 kph and hit the rear brake - if your rear wheel doesn't lock up, then your ABS is most likely still working.

So, if it's working, then it's probably an electrical connection issue. I don't know where the ABS module is on your bike, but I had a similar issue with mine. On my bike the module is at the front of the motor. There is a rubber boot covering all the wiring. I removed the boot and saturated the connections with contact cleaner - basically I flushed the wiring connector.

An amazing amount of oil and crud (dirt and sand) was washed out. I let it dry, put the boot back on and took the bike for a ride - no more ABS light.

Maybe have a look at the wiring connector/s to the ABS module and give it a clean as I did.
 
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Hi. Welcome onboard. Does your ABS still work even with the light on? Easy way to test is take your bike up to 20 - 40 kph and hit the rear brake - if your rear wheel doesn't lock up, then your ABS is most likely still working.

So, if it's working, then it's probably an electrical connection issue. I don't know where the ABS module is on your bike, but I had a similar issue with mine. On my bike the module is at the front of the motor. There is a rubber boot covering all the wiring. I removed the boot and saturated the connections with contact cleaner - basically I flushed the wiring connector.

An amazing amount of oil and crud (dirt and sand) was washed out. I let it dry, put the boot back on and took the bike for a ride - no more ABS light.

Maybe have a look at the wiring connector/s to the ABS module and give it a clean as I did.
Thanks for answering and I will do it like that and test again 🤗
 
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