Just for future reference, wondering if anyone has knocked out the rear sensor for the abs breaks before? This happened in 2009. A friend of mine was installing rear rotors on my 05 sedan (with optional sport package including the ABS anti lock breaks) and must have hit a sensor or something controlling the abs system. As soon as I left the shop my breaks were locking up at random, and so dangerous that I had no choice but to disable them by removing the fuse for the abs altogether. Basically I have been driving without anti lock breaks for the last five years. The ABS, traction control, and emergency brake lights have remained on while the car is running since then. Have taken it to shops and they cleared the three lights, but as soon as the fuse is put back in the abs locks up my breaks and then the three lights come back up on my dashboard. Is this just something as simple as a sensor? Also since my traction control light has been on have I been driving the entire time without that as well? I kind of just have up on it for a long time, after nobody really seemed concerned about it our knew what the problem was. Also the way its been snowing this winter on the East Coast its almost better to not have ABS. Does anyone know of a solution??