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Old 07-24-2015, 06:37 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default ABS Issues: HELP! GREMLINS

HI Folks

So My ABS was engaging under normal breaking, while coming to a soft stop. No warning lights came on and it was not recording any codes.

I was unable to fix and drove for awhile like this. I had other things I needed to do. Just replaced spark plugs, coils, all intake gaskets, motor mounts. After this was done car wouldn't Idle correctly and we ended up replacing some little electric module by intake manifold.

ABS issue was getting worse. ABS actuator became stuck on at all times, EVEN WITH CAR OFF! Now it was making all dash warning lights go on. When car was on ABS no longer engaged at all though. I had to diusconnect battery when parked till I could fix. I don't know if that created more problems?

There morning I was taking it to the shop for ABS fix, the speedometer and cruise control went out. Tachometer still works fine.

We have replaces ABS actuator, speed sensors and the CPU located behind the radio (which was suggested).

ABS actuator goes off when the car is off now. However, I still have no ABS functioning while driving. Dash lights are still on. Speedo still won't work.

Dealership wants 900 to do something with computer they say will make everything work.

WTF????

Please Help!
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Default Re: ABS Issues: HELP! GREMLINS

This is what your getting??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y61coN-3fhs




This may be the fix.. You'll need to find the right ABS Unit and swap it out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biib5NulzCQ
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This is what your getting??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y61coN-3fhs




This may be the fix.. You'll need to find the right ABS Unit and swap it out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biib5NulzCQ
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