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Can i take the fuse out or the abs system without a problem

Can i disconnect my abs system?

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You can. Of course the ABS portion of the brakes will not work, but the brakes will manually function just fine. You will just have to rely on your foot to control brake function. I wouldn't tell my insurance company I did it. I completely removed my ABS from a 95 Suburban. The early GM anti skid systems were pretty bad. Not sure about your year.

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