No, it will not work. You must go to a dealer to extract codes.
Wheel speed sensor (one of 4). Must be replaced with the entire hub assembly, or check for corrosion/broken wires. Backside of each hub.
Sensor can be seen here attached to the stone sheild at about the 11 o-clock position. See the little blue connector attached to the black metal sheild?
Pull and clean those connectors on all 4 hubs. Apply dielectric grease before reconnecting.
If this isn't your problem, it'* going to get expensive very fast. You don't even want to know.
The other two failures are the EBCM (electronic brake control module) which doesn't commonly fail. The other more common failure is the PMV. Pressure modulator valve assembly. This is under your airbox, and has a bunch of brake lines coming and going. The common mode of failure is that an interior coil that 'gates' the pressurized brake fluid to one or another brake cylinder/caliper will corrode through (non-repairable) and fail self-test. Another possibility is the PMV brake fluid reservior level sensor. It feeds from the MC. In either case, the PMV assembly is VERY expensive new, and fairly expensive at a wrecker. It'* alot of work as well.
In the long run, in MY opinion, if it'* not easily fixed with a WSS connector cleaning, let it go. I don't have traction control on either car. ABS is out on one as well. Bad PMV on the Zilla took both ABS and traction out.
Bad WSS on the 95 took out traction control. Why the ABS still works is beyond me.