Question about 2002 Ford E350
Not sure why you'd want to do that, but it is a fairly simple thing to do. All you need to do is unplug one of the wheel sensors. Usually the plug is just inboard of the wheelwell. Follow the wire from the hub back and you should find it. ABS systems have self-diagnostics and if they sense a problem (which unplugging the sensor will certainly create), the system reverts to a limp-home mode, which basically bypasses the ABS function. The dash light should come on steady, indicating the "problem", but the brakes will operate normally, less the anti-lock function.
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On OBD2 vehicles,1996 & up, You need to disconnect battery for an hour or two to discharge memory in computer. Let it sit disconnected for 2 hours. If you cured the problem it will be out & stay out. If it is on there still is an abs problem. Make sure all abs sensors are connected properly & no broken or crimped wires in their harness.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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