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How do I disconnect the abs brake. It fails all the time. When it fails the pedal goes to the floor and won't stop the car. I would feel safer vwithout them operating.

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If the pedal is going to the floor your brake lines are most likely leaking ...check your brake fluid levels to help you determine this
to remove disconnect the abs there is a wire that plugs into the tire ...each side has this .but i don't recommend disconnecting them for safety reasons they are proven much safer as i said it may even be a wheel cylinder if you have a loss of brake-fluid perhaps it needs to be bled the {system} ....good luck and i hope you find the cause to your issue

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