The tech said...

Bumsnatch

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That’s about how this discussion went. The tech said something was a cheap fix then zipped up about it. I have a 2004 Disco and the brake, abs, and hill descent are all on in my truck. Does anyone know what ‘cheap fix’ he was referring to? A relay? Previous owner got air in the lines after running the brakes down to the steel?

I’d kinda like to know since this was about custom exhaust work (being railroaded)
 

best4x4

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Option B is a good fix to bypass the weak link inside the Wabco ABS Modulator and you'd be surprised what the OEM shuttle valve switch wiring insulation looks like = hardly even there.
 

Bumsnatch

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My three amigos come and go. Sometimes it’s the abs sensor, sometimes it’s the brake lines themselves, and sometimes it’s because mercury is in retrograde. I ignore it. Most do.
It’s been on since I bought the truck. It has 95,000 miles on it, I’d like to switch the shocks with bilstiens and have the ABS working. It’s snowy and black icey up here.
 

JUKE179r

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