Well, you will hear the talk about the warranty laws require the altered/removed component has to relate to whatever mechanical failure you are making a warranty claim on. That is all 100% true on paper. So an engine or transmission failure, for example, doesn't seem like it should be related to the ABS.Would removing the abs pump void any power train warranties?
In my 2005 dodge 2500 only thing that happened was my abs light came on, but a good test of that will be to pull the fuse to the pump and find outWell, you will here the talk about the warranty laws require the altered/removed component has to relate to whatever mechanical failure you are making a warranty claim on. That is all 100% true on paper. So am engine or transmission failure, for example, doesn't seem like it should be related to the ABS.
However good the law sounds as written, in the day-to-day world, I can guarantee FCA will do all they can to creatively tie your monkeying with the ABS system to a powertain failure. Maybe the lack of ABS overly stressed the powertrain when decelerating, etc. You get the gist. They'll likely deny your powertain claim and then its up to you to go find a lawyer on your own dime, arbitrate the claim, and maybe 50/50 get a decision your way. FCA has the money and time to do that. Most is us average Joes do not. That's the reality in my view.
Beside that, I'll bet the jeep's computer will go absolutely crazy when it senses an ABS "failure". I can only imagine the codes and other lights that will go off!
post of the thread right here.The rationale given for disabling ABS isn't persuasive to me. But to each their own.
ABS is a safety system. Disabling it will likely disable Stablility Control as well. That may seem like a good idea to you as well. You also may want to cut the seat belts out and remove the air bags as well. Cutting out the roll cage would probably save some weight.
No need? So what happens when you don't want to lock the brakes but panic and end up locking the brakes causing injury or damage to you or someone else?theres no need for ABS in my opinion, if I need to lock up all four tires I want to be able to do it.
Plus it frees up more room in the engine bay