Tags: 1992, Bendix, bypass, disconnect, Grand, Plymouth, system, Voyager
The only way to do that is to get the brakes off of a non-ABS version voyager (or Caravan or T&C) and completely remove the ABS system, replacing with the standard brake system. That would include at the very least, master cylinder, booster, proportioning valve, and quite possibly other parts.
BUT, before you go and do something drastic like that, be aware that there is a LIFETIME WARRANTY on the ABS actuator piston assembly, and pump motor assembly due to a recall (recall number 96V099000).
Those are usually the parts that go bad, so have your local dealer check it out to be sure that it is one of those that is the problem, and they should fix it under the recall at no charge to you. If an independent shop diagnosed it, the dealer will still have to double check it to make sure that is the problem.
Go to http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/problems/recalls/recallsummary.cfm?rcl_campaign_id=96V099000&prod_id=12256&moduletype=VEHICLE&make=PLYMOUTH&model=VOYAGER&veh_model_year=1992&searchtype=DrillDown and print the screen to take with you just in case they try to claim no knowledge of it.
Mark B is right. It would be a nightmare to remove the unit and replace it with a standard one. But this thing dose have a life time warranty on the piston assembly and pump unit no matter who owns the car or what the mileage is. All the other sensors like duel pressure sensor, brake control module, etc. are not under warranty.
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