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Old 11-16-2005, 10:02 AM   #11
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Usually if ABS is down then traction control is down also. While I don't like to have either during a race, I would much rather know both were working in my car while carrying my family around.
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Usually if ABS is down then traction control is down also. While I don't like to have either during a race, I would much rather know both were working in my car while carrying my family around.
Certainly, especially for the winter. I mean, it'* something I can drive without, but it'* always appreciated when it is there.
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In my case, ABS and Traction are down on the 93.

Only traction is down on the 95. In both cases, the fault is the PMV.
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I'm of the same mindset that Bill has here.. For me, I prefer to do the work anyway rather then to rely on the ABS to bail my butt out.. but the issue here is that this 94SE is going to my wife.

I'm trying to do as much as I can to the car to make it a) safer and b) more comfortable therefore, getting the ABS working again is important to me. She currently drives a piece of dirt neon and I really want to make haste with getting her out of it and into the bonneville.

Anywho, as a note: I did check all the sensors and grease them up with diaelectric grease. That did not solve the problem.
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You're going to need a scan. It'* likely to be a WSS or PMV. Although I've never seen a certain EBCM/EBCTM module fail, Randman may have one that has.
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