Lexus Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Lexus Expert
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Sorry for the long delay, I got a late start today and have just worked my way down to the bottom of the list where you are. I am going to get a late start tomorrow as well. I feel like I can help on this concern if help is still needed. Please reply and let me know
If you are wanting to disable the ABS to stop this noise but your fine with it not working and the warning lights on then you would need to disable the ABS. To do this you would need to remove the ABS fuse 1 and 2 under the hood.
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Removing the fuses just kills the ABS and traction control. The base brake system will still work.
I do not know the color of the fuses, just the name, number, and amperage. The repair guides are not in color. With no power to the ABS pump and module. If your still getting a noise from the ABS pump area then the noise is not being caused by the pump since there is no longer power to it. Can you try and touch the part making the noise.
If you unplug the wire connector to the cylinder doing this will the noise no longer occur?
I think I have done all I can do form here not seeing the vehicle in person. I am going to opt out and let another take a stab at this. Best of Luck.