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Old 08-01-05, 12:34 AM   #1
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In the process of diagonsis, I've come to the point where I need to have the ABS actuator not operative, so that it can be bypassed. By theory, and inoperative ABS actuator rests at open mode so that the fluid can flow as if there was no ABS in the car.
Is there a way to just put the ABS actuator to rest for this test purpose .
93 LS. Either a fuse for ABS that might do the trick. IF so where would that fuse be if any. and if there's no fuse for this year then what's another way ?
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In my 02 ES, I have at least 4 fuses associated with the ABS system. If you can't find a fuse or the right fuse, then why not just disconnect one of the ABS sensors. This will trip the system into thinking there is a problems, too. The conventional braking system will remain operational.

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good idea there as well.
however with the fuse it would be easier to simply plug it back in and less time consuming.
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