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ABS Gauges in a Non-ABS car

EliteSofaYT

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I bought some new gauges to replace the ones that were in my Aztek. My Aztek doesn't have ABS, but the vehicle the gauges are out of does have ABS, now my car is dinging like crazy and there's no obvious way to stop it. Do I have to take it to the dealer? Or is there something I could do myself?
 

melsg5

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I have no idea if the dealer can help you. They would have to go into possibly the BCM to turn the option off but since you didnt have it to start with not sure how it would have turned on. You probably should purchase the correct set of gauges for your car.
 
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