Finally, you understand what we've been telling you.
I don't see anything where he stated it to the contrary.
No argument there, but what's your point?
Who said otherwise?
It most certainly could.
Rear wheels drive the dynamometer during the test, front wheels
don't turn during the test, ABS controller flags the front wheel
speed sensors because of conflicting speed sensor signals.
It's a false ABS code(s).
Seen it a thousand times.
Get your head out of your ass Bozo.
(like you don't already hear this 30 times a day)
Indeed, that is what is supposed to happen, but it hardly defends
-your- position that an emissions test could not cause the ABS
warning light to come on to begin with.
I -do- know this, I wrote the policy and procedures for it back
in 1995 for Wisconsin's (that's a state in the United States)
IM-240 emissions program.
You're wrong again Bozo, and your replies are so disconnected
from the original premise that they serve as nothing more than
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