Why would you want to do that ?
I happened to have the wonderful experience of total brake failure as I was pulling onto the highway at 3MPH. There was no warning that this would happen, no yellow brake lights beforehand or anything, but suddenly red brake lights went on, my car wasn't stopping as I was putting the pedal down, and the car was beeping at me. If even 1 brake was working, it would have stopped me just fine. Instead, I put my car into Park, which stopped the car, and then I pulled the E-brake to be safe. After restarting the car the problem went away.
I had the car towed to a Ford dealership because I could not trust the brakes to take me the half mile to the dealership. They ran the car through the tests, checked all the brake lines and everything, ran the ABS module through their testing software, and everything came back clean. The only evidence for them that my brakes did in fact completely and totally fail was the error code they found concerning the ABS module. I am just considering myself lucky that this happened while I was going 3MPH instead of the >60MPH that I usually do.
There is a recall for Ford Fusion Hybrid 2010s with this issue -- if they were made in Mexico. My car was not made in Mexico, so I have the misfortune of potentially having to pay for the replacement of the entire ABS system unless they find out that a different issue occurred; all they are going to do is drive the car around for a while and see if the brakes act up again. I cannot pay potentially thousands of dollars for a repair that Ford should probably be recalling for, especially on a car this old.
My hope is that the brake failure was caused by the ABS pump, and that if I remove the ABS pump fuse that the ABS pump will no longer function and will no longer get in the way of my car braking without ABS. I hope to instead just drive without ABS, if indeed the ABS was the problem, and restrict myself to driving in the slow lane and just not going on the Interstate, so that I may at least drive to work and make enough money to buy a new car before this one kills me.
So that is why I am preparing an alternative to throwing money at this issue if it's an expensive one. I want to know what happens if I pull the fuse. Does it indeed just disable ABS and allow me to brake if the pump is disabled? Do I have to pull the ABS Valve fuse too, or should that be left in?