Use the OBDII port pin 4-9 jumper trick to read codes or if you cannot figure out how to read them, then make a video and post here.
You have to count flashes and continue filming until the flashing codes begin repeating, as there are usually more than one code.
The codes come in the order of detection, i.e. if you had a bad ABS wheel sensor, then it would come first, followed with other codes.
Watch youtube for examples of how to read flashes. First 4 means 10, so if you read 4-5-1, then it is 15-1. HTH!
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