Originally Posted by willwren
On a 95, you plug the scanner (serial reader with a proprietary cable) to the EBCM harness on the driver'* front strut tower near the master cylinder. On earlier years (my 93 for instance) the EBCM is located on the firewall in the passenger cabin, under the carpet, to the right of the gas pedal and behind the stereo console.
You cannot use a standard scantool to extract codes. I also see no logical or possible way a code 41 could possibly be related in any way to the WSS. The WSS are inputs to the EBCM, the valves are totally isolated outputs.
You can read the resistance from the pink wire to ground. I suspect you will find an open (infinite or very high resistance).
I fully realize that I have not succeeded in answering all of your questions. . .Indeed, I feel I have not answered any of them completely. The answers I have found only serve to raise a whole new set of questions, which only lead to more problems, some of which we weren’t even aware were problems. To sum it all up . . . In some ways I feel we are confused as ever, but I believe we are confused on a higher level, and about more important things.
, I also don't think there related to the WSS since the FSM doesn't refer to that in there diagnostic chart in any way. It tends to concentrate mainly with the PMV and its related wiring.
When I get a chance I'm going to check resistance from the pink wire which I believe they call #5 to ground and see what it is. In the mean time, I should be getting the new gas tank tomorrow and have to figure out a good way to empty the full tank in it now.
I think I'll do the tank first but in the mean time, I'll still racking my brains re the ABS Code.
I'm not going to worry about the Traction control light since I'm hoping that will go out once the ABS light and its components have been corrected.
Thanks again willwren