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How do I turn off the alarm when I pull the ABS fuse?

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Yes; let me show you:

First photo shows the diagram with the ABS highlighted.

second one shows the actuak fuses.

third one the dashboard with the fuse pulled. No ABS indicator, just the ‘something is wrong with your brakes, or parking brake is engaged’-light. Plus the you-forgot-your-seatbelt-like alarm.

 

any idea what i’m doing wrong guys? I’m probably doing something wrong.

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30 minutes ago, Panda82 said:

Yes; let me show you:

First photo shows the diagram with the ABS highlighted.

second one shows the actuak fuses.

third one the dashboard with the fuse pulled. No ABS indicator, just the ‘something is wrong with your brakes, or parking brake is engaged’-light. Plus the you-forgot-your-seatbelt-like alarm.

 

any idea what i’m doing wrong guys? I’m probably doing something wrong.

 

 

 

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No my friend ABS fuse is in the engine fuse box, the small one, I will take a photo and send you

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872165711_WhatsAppImage2019-01-13at16_48_30.jpeg.b75d717f07fd004cb6af15c28ace5932.jpeg1885784351_WhatsAppImage2019-01-13at16_48.30(1).jpeg.58b203d39209dbdfd436bfd8c2e37dde.jpegwhen you disconnect and reconnect the fuse make sure car is off and key removed 

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6 minutes ago, hossein said:

872165711_WhatsAppImage2019-01-13at16_48_30.jpeg.b75d717f07fd004cb6af15c28ace5932.jpeg1885784351_WhatsAppImage2019-01-13at16_48.30(1).jpeg.58b203d39209dbdfd436bfd8c2e37dde.jpegwhen you disconnect and reconnect the fuse make sure car is off and key removed 

Aha ! That's the relay and not the fuse :) 

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33 minutes ago, hossein said:

872165711_WhatsAppImage2019-01-13at16_48_30.jpeg.b75d717f07fd004cb6af15c28ace5932.jpeg1885784351_WhatsAppImage2019-01-13at16_48.30(1).jpeg.58b203d39209dbdfd436bfd8c2e37dde.jpegwhen you disconnect and reconnect the fuse make sure car is off and key removed 

Ah, yes! That totally fixed it! No annoying alarms and all the right lights are now burning on the dash. Many thanks @hossein, @Barry and @Frederic Nuyttens!

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