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Old 05-28-04, 10:32 PM   #1
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here's my question,
i'm trying to figure out if there's a way for me to totally bypass the abs system in the 93LS400. It seems like the ever going problem with the spongy pedal could be related to the abs system somehow. I'd rather be able to drive a car with good brakes than have the abs that doesnt even help at this point.
Is there a way to have just a simple old corolla like setup where I'll ahve the master cylinder, booster and then then fluid going to the proportioning valve down to the wheels ?
more over , i've been looking over the system today and from what I recon the only thing adding to the system with abs addition is the additional abs actuator. I want to make sure that the part with the bleeding nipple attached to it, behind the passenger side headlight right below the air intake is the proportioning valve, and the part closest to the headlight is the abs actuator.
can someone confirm that for me. better yet could someone perhaps post the diagram here if available for a 93LS400 with traction control.
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