If you live in a (high) corrosion area the sensors could be corroded
or you could just have a bad wheel sensor. There is a recall for
corrosion in certain states.
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I did with my 99 jimmy, I am not fond of ABS anyways, because I've always
owned an older car, so I got under the hood and opened the black fuse box
and took out the ABS fuse. The light stays on all the time on the dash, but
I dont have to worry about it kicking in when I try to stop suddonly or on a
little bit of sand at and intersection.
I ran my 99 Silverado for two years with the ABS fuse removed.
I got a recall notice in the mail last month
and took it to the dealer who fixed it in about an hour. Now, those
and brake lights are off on the dash, and my faith in GM is restored.
The recall only covers certain states where corrosion is a problem.
NH is one of them.
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