IDK HOW to remove it,but the ECU is gonna act up...until it gets 'reprogrammed' by someone.I mean...lamp wise.Probably not too difficult physically removing the unit.The lines may have to stay though...IDK.Good question.Hope someone here can shed some light on this for ya.
There are only 2 ways to deal with this issue. One as mentioned before get the ecu to ignore the abs.
Or it may be that the abs is based on the FlexRay protocol https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/9370/641fc248d97aeedf779c9b2eed5c7eb0d4d7.pdf
Then what I would do is use one of these https://os.mbed.com/handbook/mbed-NXP-LPC11U24
Which requires a bunch of programming (I use them for a quick and dirty HID interface I/O) to fake out the ECU to think the ABS is there.
Not a simple solution, and if the protocol isn't FlexRay, then you would have to use an oscilloscope to snoop the protocol and emulate it. Which would be fun but time consuming.
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