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Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2006 3:45 am 
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Has anyone had any experiance fitting ABS to a non ABS EBII or ED? I have most of the parts, was considering giving it a go. Anyone who could share experiance or knowledge would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2006 11:18 am 
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hey man welcome to the forum!

i have helped Happy put abs into his gli

it is very do able
u will need the high series wiring looms as they have the plugs for the abs sensors and the wiring loom has the plug for the abs module its self

basically remove the old non abs brake discs ( front )and replace with the abs ones

rears will be the complete axles

also u will need new front and rear brake lines
the ones from the master cylinder to the abs module and from the abs module to the calipers

 

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Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2006 2:40 am 
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Thanks for the reply. Do I need to change the master cylinder? Do I need to run new wires down the whole length of the car, or do I just need the plugs for sensors and the main loom is already there? I know all falcons (EBII/ED) that had abs also came with a lsd diff. I don't think thats needed for the system to work as there is 2 rear sensors. Can I add tone wheels to my rear axles or are they differant?
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