Other than Test book I'm not sure one exists. A short piece of wire will get you 99% of the way there however.
Discovery 1 blink code procedure....
Your ABS light will remain illuminated until you reach 5MPH. Thereafter it should go off.
On a 1998 D1 you have ABS speed sensors on each hub. They are notorious for coming out of place a bit. Often simply tapping them down until they bottom out in the hub will do the trick. Other times...
I tapped the EAS valve block and am now using threaded compression fittings to seal the air lines into the block. Much more reliable and easier to remove and re-attach reliably.
ditch the collets, use threaded compressions on your valve block
An idea you may want to use... buy 2" bolts with regular bolt head and a couple of extra nuts. Use the nuts to extend the bolt head far enough to get a regular wrench on it rather than having to rig up extensions to get to a socket hex head.
FishEH was the first I saw suggest this.
When I replaced my A/C switch I pulled everything on the center console (within the black plastic frame). Not hard, but like most jobs a pain it he butt. Wouldn't you know that the moment I put it back together the light/bulb on the recirculation button went bad.
It is not difficult to...
- remove rubber plug and drain hydraulic oil
- tap the saddle off
- unscrew the retaining ring at the top of the jack (holds the body down)
- while holding the jack in the air by the body in one hand, tap the base until is unseats from the rubber gasket sealing it to the body (don't hit the...