Your ABS system doesn't have a fuse that is causing this problem. If your ABS light is on it has stored a trouble code in control module. If your problem was fixed when you replaced the sensors then the ABS light should go out when the control module completes the diagnostic checks without any errors. Some diagnostics run every time you start the engine others require driving. I don't think there is anyway to manually clear the ABS trouble codes without using a scanner. The cheap OBDII code readers do not read or clear codes for the ABS system. If after driving it a bit and the light doesn't go out then you need to get someone with experience and a proper scan tool to read the codes and other data off the control module to do a proper diagnostic on it. Replacing parts to fix the problem is pretty hit and miss. It could be bad connectors, wiring or more.
Carter & Patty
'05 Alpine Limited 36FDTS + '19 Jeep Cherokee
FMCA, ACA & NOWACA