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The corroded brake pipe should have been replaced as per the advisory. It is for your own safety, the safety of your passengers and the safety of other road users that you maintain your car to at least the minimum standard. Having said that, generally speaking, the corroded brake pipe will not cause the abs light to come on. When the car is booked for brake pipe replacement I suggest you ask them to do a fault code check on the abs. Save any guessing.
If there is only one sensor faulty you should be able to replace that one.If for any reason one abs wheel sensor cannot connect to the abs system reader it stopes working.It means your brakes working just as fine but the Anti Block System is not functioning anymore.Your car will certainly pass the mot without ABS.