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Anti lock brake module


David Algozine

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I plan on removing the anti lock brake module located near the radiator on the passenger side of my 95 Mustang. Any advise, comments or pictures would be appreciated. I assume it is a matter of removing the unit and connecting the lines together. Comments ?

Also, does anything else need to be removed or modified regarding the anti lock brake system?

 

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Dave

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I've gotten some advise to simply re-route all the brake lines from the master cyclinder to the front and back, and install a proportioning valve. Probably the best choice, however, I don't have time to get it resolved proir to the Mid-Ohio event April 2. So, I guess I will just disconnect the system and adress it later.

Still interested in any comments.

 

Dave

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I have done this on 3 sn95's that I built.

The best way is to just remove that heavy ABS beast, and connect the lines right at that spot,some splicing will be needed with a T fitting..

No need for a brake bias control,as the stock one works great.

Tony

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You can do the same thing on a 4th gen. That's the way mine was set up when I got it: no ABS module, OEM bias valve still in.

 

Napa and some other better stores will have couplers for brake lines. The problem may be needing to change size, or change from metric to standard, at which point a lot of stores are dumbfounded. Napa can order them, if you know what size you're looking for.

 

I just replumbed my car to take out the factory bias unit, and installed a manual valve next to the shifter. It took essentially a full weekend after I had located all of the adapter fittings, clamps, a tubing bender, etc. If you're interested in more details give me a shout.

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Hey Al, thanks a bunch for the tips. I wont tackle this one for a bit, but I will know who to call when I do

 

Thanks again!

 

David

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