Can you install a non abs wheelberring on a car with abs

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Asked by Jan 10, 2017 at 09:30 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

22 Answers

74,715

No, why would you want to?

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Asking for my step son. Lol didn't know for sure

79,725

If you could the ABS light would be on all the time and your ABS would not work.

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Thank you

74,715

Yes sir, and I don't even know where he would find one to fit.

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He found it in a junkyard

79,725

Hubs with the ABS don't cost very much. I just did my F150 and I think they cost $100 for the pair and now my ABS works again!

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He is on a very tight budget

79,725

Used wheel bearings are probably false economy. Check Amazon to see what they charge.

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74,715

Well it is illegal for a junk yard to sell parts like that, anything pertaining to the front end, steering, bearings, they need to be replace with new.

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Really

74,715

Yes sir! At least in my state it is.

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79,725

Wheel bearings are a safety issue. Disabling the ABS is foolish.

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Which state I'm in Wyoming

79,725

No ice or snow there so why do you need ABS anyway? ;)

74,715

I am in the U.P. of Michigan. Like F.O.R. says, it is a safety issue, there would be liabilities.

74,715

You should know the ABS also works on pavement.

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We got ice and snow

79,725

This is a chance to educate your step son on responsibility and looking ahead at the possible consequences of driving a car that is not as safe as it should be. His life is just beginning, help him start it out on the right foot.

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74,715

Right on F.O.R.!

79,725

Sorry Gary , just being sarcastic. I know how Wyoming roads are, I have been there and I live in a snowy area myself.

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Its all good and thank you guys very helpful

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