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post #1 of 6 Old 06-13-2018, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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complete ABS removal

so i'd like to really start digging into my JK since it's been a dedicated trail rig for the past two years.

does anyone know how i can completely eliminate our ABS module?

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You can just pull the fuses.

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You can just pull the fuses.

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i want the module out of the engine bay so i have more room to work with. also to eliminate as much unneeded things as possible

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i want the module out of the engine bay so i have more room to work with. also to eliminate as much unneeded things as possible

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Your going to need a adjustable proportioning valve. Just pull the abs module out and lines run new lines to the new valve. This will be your starting point. You may need to replace the the master cylinder with one with a bigger bore. There is no kit to put put in, it's going to be trial and error.

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so i'd like to really start digging into my JK since it's been a dedicated trail rig for the past two years.

does anyone know how i can completely eliminate our ABS module?
I pulled the abs module out and ran the lines straight to the master cylinder. Switched to 1 tons with chevy 1/2 ton brakes and it worked great.
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Pulled mine out and used a wilwood proportioning valve.
Besides the lights on the dash it works great.
Also the pedal is soft but they still work. I can stop fine.

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so i'd like to really start digging into my JK since it's been a dedicated trail rig for the past two years.

does anyone know how i can completely eliminate our ABS module?
Do you still want your Speedo to work? If so you will need to leave the electrical portion of the ABS module in place as well as a wheel speed sensor.


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