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So the red light of death is on the ABS. All wheel sensors look good, not sure how you test that. I would prefer not to play the old replace a part, oops that wasn't the part. I have an OBD1 GM scanner it's not telling me anything (usually much better than the paper clip count the blinks method) So I am all ears (or eyes as it were) for anyone who has gone through this dance.
Car runs fine, just don't have ABS, which is the only electronic feature I like.
 

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I would contact ABSFIXER and talk to them and see if they can help. I have used them and they are top notch absfixer.com
 

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Possibly a member near you may have the Kent-Moore tester if needed.
A FSM has ABS troubleshooting also, but usually referencing the test equipment
 

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Possibly a member near you may have the Kent-Moore tester if needed.
A FSM has ABS troubleshooting also, but usually referencing the test equipment
My local electrical shop may have one, but I have them busy trying to install a new BCM. Unfortunately the first remanufactured we got wouldn't talk to the cluster. (I am in the midst of putting in a group of new systems). I haven't studied the ABS system and I like to know what the various issues are before having a system worked on.

Thanks for letting me know what the tester is called, and providing the manual.
 

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Thank you again. I am always concerned with that the 1990 seeming to be an odd beast.
 
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