Cheaper fix ABS module code
Fix ABS module Code issue
Your car has ABS problems and the shop is recommended a $2,000 replacement ABS module. STOP, you have other options There’s a cheaper fix for ABS module code issues. Innstead of buying a new part get your ABS module rebuilt. You can get an ABS Module rebuilt for around $200.
Lots of companies offer module rebuilding services and some offer a lifetime warranty. Sounds good, right? But really, who can make that kind of guarantee? It’s just not realistic. The first one didn’t last a lifetime.
I recommend Module Masters (modulemaster.com). They do a great job. They rebuild modules to fix ABS module code issues.
Go to their website (modulemaster.com) and read up on the instructions for how to remove your module. Removing the module itself is usually pretty easy. You’ll need a set of Torx screwdrivers. The hardest part of the job is removing some other components to be able to get a screwdriver in place.
Once the module is out, package it according to the directions at the ModuleMaster website. They’ll repair the module and send it back to you in like-new condition.
I removed a module from a Saab for a friend. The Saab dealer quoted them almost $4,000 for the repair. We sent the module to Module Masters. They repaired it and sent it back. I reconnected the module and installed the screws. All the problems disappeared.
These guys are GREAT! Check them out before you fork over any money for a new module.
They also rebuild some climate control modules and traction control modules.
© 2012 Rick MuscoplatPosted on by Rick Muscoplat