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Old 09-15-2010, 10:17 PM   #1
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1993 yj abs

My sons YJ has ABS and we are going to eliminate it. What is the best way to do this?

Biggest problem appears to be the valve below the master cylinder. The line configuration coming out of it is similar to my TJ, but the lines going in are different.

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Is it not working correctly? Or does he just not like it? I suppose you could just pull the fuse.

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It works fine, but it is a large system that gets in the way and most likely will fail at the worst possible time. We are also going to change axles, which will eliminate the sensors.
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I would just leave it in place..it will revert back to standard power brakes if the senors are gone as far as I known.
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If he's over 21 have him drink a lot of beer. If not, he can eat a lot of twinkies. Either one or both will surely get rid of ABS! Just speaking from experience.
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