Question about 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Mechanic told me the ABS needs to be replaced. It keeps applying itself thinking it needs to go on. The break pedal is stiff and I smell a burning odor from near the tires in the front. Is it safe to just disconnect the ABS so they won't come on. I live in a place where it is dry no ice, snow etc.
Are you sure its not the ABS sensor (which determines when to apply the ABS system based on pedal pressure)?
You might want an second opinion..
Your mechanic will be reluctant to disconnect your cars factory ABS for obvious liability reasons, but it CAN be done......you will retain all normal braking performance, but obviously lose your panic stop brake modulation which is provided by the ABS system....I would not recommend it
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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