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Re: Abs Sen-sore (subject)
Yeah i put the caps on it and as soon as i would drive out of the driveway the
abs light would come on. I took the caps off then put them in all the way, and
backed them out a bit, it seemed to work better, but it still had a light abs
working at the end of a brake (1-5mph).
I was messing with them again put the caps back on then it was back to they way
it was when i first started having the problem. then I was testing it and it
seemed that the tires were braking at different pressures. causing the car to
move a little side to side(scary)
I just want it fixed or scrap it all together. Besides this is the first car
that I have owned that has ABS anyway!
"Buchholz, Steven" wrote:
> I say go for it! It should be as simple as pulling up the back seat and
> pulling the connector off the ABS controller ... you might be able to make
> it happen by pulling a particular fuse (S15 comes to mind).
> I've been meaning to respond to you on your problem, but haven't had a
> chance to date ... were you the one who had the ABS OFF light come on every
> once in a while when driving?
> Steve Buchholz
> San Jose, CA (USA)
> From: Dan Hamren [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, March 12, 1999 9:30 AM
> To: quattro list
> Subject: Abs Sen-sore (subject)
> Ok so what If I just want to say "Screw the ABS" I think I would
> the braking better without, and I do! What can I do to dis-able
> ABS system? And what are your opinions about doing such a thing.
> Dan Hamren
> 1987 5000 csqw