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disable the ABS

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Clockwork71, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. Clockwork71

    Clockwork71 Registered Member

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    I have a 94 caprice 9c1. does anybody know how to disable the ABS?
     
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    unplug the ABS unit
     
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    or pull the fuze
     
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    Just do situps till they don't work no more.
     
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    AB Lounger works better.










    Pull the fuse.
     
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    im a big fan of the ab roller myself, or the abdominizer. i'd pull the fuse too, as well as the bulb in the cluster.
     
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    If its the same as my 94 blazer, disconnect the power plug to the abs unit. Start the car, run it a little bit - brake/abs lights will be on. Turn off, plug unit back in. The trouble code set on teh computer makes the abs light stay on, and the system off. All you have to do to fix it is clear the codes.

    I'd leave the light in your dash, that way, other ppl are alerted to the fact that it isn't working.

    FYI my truck in 94 doesn't ahve a seperate ABS fuse to pull.....its a speed sensor fuse i think, which kills the speedo too.
     

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