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Old 06-04-14, 10:24 PM   #1
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my ABS and TRAC systems don't work, all the lights are on and i can't figure out why. i have no codes, no CEL, im guessing what happened is when the bearings were replaced by the previous owner, the ABS sensors were broken and i heard they're damn expensive to replace. so is it difficult to delete the systems completely and just cover up the lights in the dash? any tips or how i could try to diagnose what's wrong?
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I read in another thread that there are something like 200 different parts between trac/non trac cars. Although I'm sure the system is easily disabled.
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I just removed the ABS unit and T'd the lines. For the Trac I just unlpugged it and tossed the ECU.
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I just removed the ABS unit and T'd the lines. For the Trac I just unlpugged it and tossed the ECU.
how do you remove the ABS? is it difficult? and is it on each wheel?
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No, you just pull the actual unit out from under the hood. Its like four bolts and then you have to tee the lines. Shorten the line for the rears and attach it to the front of the master, then run a line from the back of the mater to a tee to each of the front calipers. I left the sensors on the wheels. No point to remove them I feel. That way you can always go back if you want.
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