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Ken
04-08-04, 01:30 AM
But let me ask y'all anyway. :CAC

According to the Helms (http://www.helminc.com/helm/homepage.asp) service manual, the ABS has:
A fuse located in the main fuse panel, labeled BRAKE, provides protection for the main power feed circuit of the ABS electrical system.However, there is a caveat...

NOTE: The GAUGE fuse is also tied into the main power feed to the ABS.Now, when I use my roll control for holding the car while doing tire warmups ;) and I pull the fuse to prevent the ABS from kicking in, will I lose my electrical gauges as well? I'm not concerned with the oil pressure, oil temperature, or coolant temperature because they're mechanical, but I do still have a few electrical gauges such as fuel pressure and level, as well as voltage of course.

Reason for concern, or just worryin' needlessly? ;shrug

http://www.corvetteactioncenter.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=2652&stc=1

-=Jeff=-
04-08-04, 07:36 AM
Let me se if I can help.

I have a roll control as well, it is connected right off the mastercylinder and then sent to the front brakes.

When I set my line lock and then heat the tires, the ABS does not kick on because your foot is no longer depressing thr brake. I have had no problems and I don't pull any fuses

Ken
04-08-04, 10:52 AM
... the ABS does not kick on because your foot is no longer depressing thr brake.
Hmmm... Makes sense.