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Old 01-21-2006, 04:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need help disconnecting abs

I plan on ice racing tomorrow and I would like to disconnect my abs. Is there a relay or a fuse that i could pull to acomplish this?
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I should add that it is an 87 325 is
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I don't see one on my fuse listing.. but I'm going to look in the Bentley. BRB

Nope, can't find anything. Fuse 6 has to do with ABS, but also has other trash connected. I wouldn't pull it.
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Yes, there is a fuse for it but I don't know which one it is. I haven't looked at the ABS pump that close but maybe there is a connector on it that you can just unplug.
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There is an ABS relay you can disconnect. You could also disconnect the yellow connectors from each other in the engine compartment.
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Just unplug one of the ABS sensors, the system will think there is a fault and shut the ABS system down. So long as you don't mind the ABS light on.
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