Not really. And you can't get the warrant quashed. There should also be a warrant for whatever the underlying charge is. You should contact a bondsman in the area where the warrant is issued to confirm that there is a warrant. You should then call the place which issued the warrant and find out what it will take to get the warrant withdrawn. At a minimum you will be required to pay a fine.
Posting a bond in the state where the warrant is will cause a new court date to be set, which if don't travel there and appear, you'll get another warrant. If it is for traffic, you could contact that court and see what can work out, but other than that you need to hire an attorney in that state.