I was pulling ABS fuses like I have done before with no issues. I had pulled the 30amp (ABS No.2) and the 50amp (ABS No.1) fuse with no issues. The ABS light goes on, Traction light goes on, and I go for a spin in the dirt. This time I thought I'd go one step further and see what ETCS stands for. It stands for Electronic Throttle Control System ( I suppose.) Now the ABS, Traction, and E-Brake lights stay on even with all fuses back in. I had a P2118 code which said "Throttle.........."
1. Had error and lights on.
2. Cleared codes, lights went off.
3. Pulled 50amp ABS fuse No.1 to see which fuse gives the code.
4. Now have Throttle code and cannot clear it.
Will be having my mechanic look more deeply into OBD2 codes. Will also be looking into individual wheel sensors...
Glad I opened up this can of worms on Friday night...