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Can I disable ABS by pulling fuse

Can I disable ABS by pulling fuse

Postby sman149 [OP] » Oct 06 2012, 12:51am

Can I disable ABS by pulling fuse 05 sierra will this Cause Problems in future.lights not on but pulsing
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Re: Can I disable ABS by pulling fuse

Postby SilveradoMark » Oct 06 2012, 1:06am

You can pull the fuse to disable the ABS. The ABS light will come on the dash, however.

The ABS usually starts acting up when the front wheel hub is going south. It messes with the wheel speed sensor.
Pulling the fuse will get rid of the constant ABS surging until you replace your hub (if that's your issue)
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Re: Can I disable ABS by pulling fuse

Postby sman149 [OP] » Oct 06 2012, 2:01am

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