its a SMD so cant be removed (well not easily) best way though would be to smash the SMD itself.... i did this in the past with the airbag light on previous clocks with a screwdriver lol
nowadays however I would choose to rectify the problem
Why dont you do the same?
Or arent you bothered about the safety aspect of there being an ABS fault present?
Plus the fact it will fail a MOT
White is the new Black
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i changed my clocks on my mk4, thought about breaking my airbag light, no point mate, might aswell get the problem sorted ans all the lights are there for your safety.
but if you want to break it the light is a little diode that looks like a square just break that.
Oh well, wont be doing that if it means breaking my clocks.
It will be sorted properly, autovaux sent me a ****ed bearing/abs sensor and I need it MOT'd tomorrow.
easy way around it, take clocks out, unclip the clear part then put some black insulation tape across the lights lol, other than sort the problem that is. ;-)
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