You cannot read ABS codes with generic scanners. You need one that does ABS.
You should get it scanned.
Just a short story about my airbag light issue. I thought my clock spring was bad too...I did a whole bunch of diagnosis and even changed the clock spring and that went no where until I had it scanned by a friend. I actually got a seat belt ground code...The wire that comes out of the tensioner was cut from years of rubbing on the steel right on the top of the B pillar (I think that is what it is called - it is in the area about 6 inches above where the seat belt hangar is on the van's wall)
Seat belts will cause ABS codes.
Also doing the clock spring, I recommend getting the cheapo steering wheel puller from Harbor Freight. It is actually an easy job. You will need torx bits, IIRC, for the airbag screws.
You just undo the airbag, and move it out of the way. Then remove the steering wheel nut and then using the puller, take the wheel off. You will see the spring right there. There is only 3 or so small screws holding it in. Disconnect it and replace it. Assembly is reverse of removal.