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    abs removal

    i want toremove abs from my my engine loom, how do i do it? the reason so is because im putting an engine with abs loom into a van without abs. and dont want to re route the brake lines if dont need to as not fussed in having abs.

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    not 100% sure what your saying but iirc nothing on the engine loom relates to abs.
    shoudlnt be a problem as either the clocks wont have an abs bulb, or the bulb cazn be removed.
    what engine you putting in there?

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    its a 1.8 petrol engine im putting in out of a coupe. what im doing is ive bought a van with a nackered diesel engine, ive got a 1.8 coupe that im breaking so am putting that engine in. but the van hasnt got abs, so obviously hasnt got the abs unit that the brake pipes go to. on the loom for the engine im putting in has a plug which plugs into the abs unit, so was wondering if could just not plug it in?

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    old post, but any one got any idea?

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