Question about 2004 Nissan Maxima
Removing the ABS fuse will disable the ABS, but it is not recommended. What sort of problem are you having? ABS only acts when the system detects a wheel locking up, if there s a problem with the ABS holding the brakes on, disabling it will not fix the problem. If you intend on removing the ABS system altogether, you need to have this done properly, if you are even allowed to in your area. Here in New Zealand, if the ABS is removed the vehicle has to go through a certifying process to ensure it is still safe. If the brakes are actually sticking on, you would smell a burning smell after driving the vehicle. Have the pedal clearance checked under the dashboard, if it is too far adjusted, once the brake warm up it will hold them on.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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