I'm going to be replacing the ABS pump on my 01 RS (along with everything else in the brake system except the hardlines) - and I'm looking for another way to cycle the ABS pump besides going for a drive and locking up the brakes. I understand the Subaru Select Monitor tool can be used to force the ABS pump to cycle. Are there any Subaru techs on the board who could provide access to an SSM (lend it to me or bring it over)? Are there any other ways to "bench" cycle the pump? I read a few ideas around the net, like "hold the brake pedal down, pull the ABS fuse, and then reinstall it" - but someone said that doesn't work. Or: I assume the "diagnosis connector" is the OBDII port? Anyone ever tried this. Any other method? I know that driving and doing a lockup or two will work - but that's considerably more work than just doing it all while the car's already in the air with the wheels off (plus I'm nowhere near any dirt road). And my system will be completely replaced, so it's going to be totally drained of fluid, including the pump. I don't need to be bleeding, going for a drive, coming back and bleeding over and over and over again.