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Old 04-13-2011, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default Can ABS harness/cabling be removed from car after ABS delete?

Tried looking around unless I am not looking hard enough on the car.

Is there any way to remove the ABS harness/cabling?
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Yes, but you have to do it wire by wire basically. Still attacking some of that myself...

Wish I still lived in S.A. and we could attack the cars together
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there better be because that **** is coming off my car as soon as the MWC 9 goes in
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