Yes, your car should pass the inspection if everything else is working properly. The abs light is not a reason for rejection on why you shouldn't pass the inspection.
Yes, if there are no other problems.
i think yes abs does not need to work in order for the brakes to operate
No,just found out today that automaticly fails if the abs light is on still trying to find a way around it.
yes it will pass im a va state inspector and in the book ( va isnp man.) it says it can pass
depends which state you live in. I've heard of people passing inspection in NY state but not in Texas. best to just call a local shop and ask...
No it will fail and they will ask you to return when you have the light out , happened to me and i was told i prob needed a brand new abs system. just so happened there was a loose wire poped it bak in and hey presto light went out
Bring it to a shop that has an ABS scanner. They may tell you that the computer in the car is shot. That's what happened in my 1997 expedition and it will cost about 1600 to fix it. Note: until you get it fixed, it won't pass inspection.
Remove the bulb!
Generally not recommended. The ABS light means that there's something wrong with the ABS system - which may be anything from a major malfunction of the ABS system to something as simple as a bad sensor. ABS brake systems must revert to normal operation in the event of an ABS system malfunction, which means you'll still have brakes, but the ABS system won't prevent lockup and skidding. Before your vehicle can pass inspection, the problem will have to be fixed.
Would pass inspection in Massachusetts. Have ABS system scanned to determine problem and cost of repair
The ABS light is on because there is a problem with the ABS. The ABS will not function when the light is on. The light will remain on until the problem is fixed.