Yeah, I've already done the part swap a while ago so I still have those parts just to make sure. Heck, I still have a maf from a truck I use to have that I found out is also the same as the f body maf. Yeah those abs can be a pain but when it comes to a issue causing it to kick in abs, 99% of the time it's the sensor. Sometimes it's a broken exciter ring on the CV axle. I've seen that on a lot of fords. Well, I can replace the distributor with a msd unit and just take it apart and loctite all the screws or save up and get the torqhead kit and upgrade the ignition to ls3.I logged nearly 10 hours in my Mom's car trying to find the problem with her ABS. No codes just went squirrely while coming to a dead stop every once in a while. Ford scanner finally showed that one wheel stopped showing data at very low speed. I still had to figure out if it was wire, sensor, or the ABS module.
The Opti is hard for DIY. and parts swapping is expensive.