Take it to your local garage, and ask if you diagnose the ABS problem, it will cost about £40 and the they can tell you which wheel is the problem and maybe what is the problem
thanks for the reply gav
I would have liked to have tried to sort it out without having to pay out £40 for someone just to stick a lead into the comp and still have to do the job and then pay them again to reset the comp
but if that is the only way it can be identified it looks like i have no choice unless anyone else knows a way i would be very greatfull
I have no issues with getting my hands dirty and i can follow simple instructions to get the job done
maybe there is a tool i can buy to plug in myself and at least I can use it again and help others.