Hi Scotty, I'm new here. I watched a few videos of yours and found them to be well worth the time. Thanks for being you man! So onto the issues.
I have a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7l V8 and the ABS light is on. I took your advise on buying a bluedriver OBD2 scan tool and it is very nice, but it can't read the ABS codes due to a manufacture putting the ABS on the K line, or thats what the bluedriver tech said.
Note that I had a "hydraulic pump circuit failure" show up on my report on the first 3 scans when I first used the bluedriver scan tool. The tech said that this was impossible and he had never seen this happen so he couldn't help me out. He offered for a free return though....
Do you know of this issue with ABS codes not readable on some early 2000 jeeps? My main thing is, what do I do know? Is there a way to meter each sensor, or a way to check the sensors, pump or ABS module itself? I did check every fuse with a meter inside and in the engine bay and all fuses are good. I would think the fuse would be bad on something if it was anything besides the sensors, but I read that you cant just read the ohms on them like a lot of other sensors. I came back to the drawing board at this point and started an internet search that didn't give me what I need to know.
Of course any and all help would be great since I am on a fixed low income and cant afford the shop fixing it unless I have 0 other options. Thanks for your time with this! I know you are a busy man, so I want you to know that I do truly thank you for any help you may give on this.
Keep on doin what you do!