take out the fuse and or relay, or better yet, just get it fixed.
That is unlikely to work either... most parts stores (at least the ones around here) can't scan ABS codes.Sound like one bad sensor.
It should have set a Chassis or Body code, not a P code.
I doubt it will show up if you do the key dance.
Get it scanned at your local parts store.
I tested all four speed sensors according to jgiurleo's post:There's a lot of variables for ABS failure. 4 wheel speed sensors, HCU, CAB and much more. Until someone actually puts a scanner to this vehicle, we can all continue to speculate. But disabling the ABS really doesn't affect braking. It would be no different than having a van that didn't come with abs.
After I tested all the sensors with a multi-meter (and they check out OK) I cleaned the sensors, added dialectic grease to the connectors, and reassembled. The system is better than before, as in I don't feel the ABS trying to work all them time when I put on the brakes, but it tries to run 30% of the time and eventually the light comes on the the system stops trying to work. Of course then the van drives fine.First cheap check is any mud, debris in the gear like part of the axle that the ABS reads from, clean it and see if that improves. Look for ground connections to the system, plug and unplug things checking for corrosion. Free stuff. Check a worn wheel bearing, could cause erratic operation I suppose. Hope that helps.