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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-2019, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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ABS Pump Harness connector?

Not sure if this is touched on here already or not. But was curious if there would be issues doing this.

My ABS has long been dead but the ABS pump and metal lines are still in place along with the BIG Harness Plug attached the the pump. Doing some work on the car and found my custom intake fit much better if I just "unplug" the harness connector on top of the ABS pump housing. I covered the connector and harness plug to keep junk out. My question is, does this tie into the PCM at all and will there be any "electrical" or PCM issues caused by just unplugging this harness and letting it lay there for now??

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Deleted mine years ago... When peeling the wires back,don't recall any going to PCM. Did retain a bat+,and ign+ powered circuit on the driver's side inner fender to power any future accessories on that side of the engine compartment.

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abs is an independent system while some of wiring is loomed up w/ rest, nothing goes to the pcm.
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Thanks guys, kind of what I was thinking.

Update - harness removed and car ran/braked fine.

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