ABS Light On? We Have the Solution!
Common ABS Issues We Can Repair:
- Sudden ABS power loss
- Faulty wheel sensor codes
- Missing signals from wheel speed sensor
- ABS relay codes
- ABS pump is continually running
- No communication with scan tool
- Wheel speed sensor codes
- Other ABS/EBCM control module issues
The ABS module is a likely culprit if your vehicle’s ABS light is on. If that’s the case, ABS module repair cost is typically lower than ABS module replacement cost. You can refer to an abs module diagram to see where your ABS Control Module is located, but in most cases, you will find it in the engine compartment. It is connected to your vehicle’s master cylinder by way of hydraulic lines.
How an ABS System WorksThe ABS System consists of three main sections: 1) ABS Pump: An electric motor pumps fluid to maintain hydraulic fluid pressure in the braking system. 2) Hydraulic Unit: Sometimes called the ABS Modulator, the hydraulic unit contains valves that open and close to vary brake pressure at each wheel. Modern designs feature 3-4 valves per wheel. Brake lines distribute pressurized fluid to each wheel. 3) ABS Module: The brains of the system, the ABS module is an electronic unit that opens and closes the hydraulic valves many times per second based on signals from wheel speed sensors. Cylindrical magnets within the module push and pull on the metal valves in the hydraulic unit.
Common issues and basic testingIf your vehicle’s ABS unit is faulty, you will likely see an ABS warning light illuminated on the dash and possibly the traction control warning light as well. You may be hearing the ABS pump motor running all the time. With respect to driving, you may experience wheel lock up during hard braking, increased stopping distance and or reduced brake “feel". There are external issues such as a power supply problems or bad wheel speed sensors. Internal issues include stuck valves and faulty electronics module. Try to rule out external issues such as low fluid, a blown fuse or bad wheel speed sensors before removing your ABS unit. If possible, connect a code scanner to your vehicle and read the DTC codes. You can convey those codes with us during the order process. UpFix lists common DTC codes for each vehicle on UpFix.com.
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UpFix can repair the following ABS issues and more: ABS pump constantly running Sudden or intermittent power loss Difficulty communicating with the vehicle or scanner Missing signals from wheel speed sensors Traction control ESP malfunction Control valve circuit malfunction Intermittent functionality issue Valve faults Pump or relay codes, Intermittent or non-functioning speedometer issues. ABS Module Repair Services ABS Module repair is complex and should only be performed by experienced printed circuit technicians under magnification. Special equipment is required to prevent irreversible damage to your ABS unit. As part of the UpFix process, IPC-certified techs diagnose, disassemble and clean your ABS unit prior to repair. Examples of repair services include silver ultrasonic bond wire replacement, solder repair and replacement of all defective parts such as resisters, relays, etc.
Benefits of Repairing Your ABS Module
- Save $100s and in some cases thousands compared to buying a new or remanufactured replacement unit.
- Our services are a smart alternative to expensive dealership part replacements.
- Since it’s your existing part there is no time-consuming VIN encoding or calibration required.
- We do more than just repair the part — we go to the root of the problem and use new or upgraded component parts to ensure the issue does not return.
- We will restore your malfunctioning ABS/EBCM anti-lock control module and return it back to you.
- The UpFix easy online ordering system includes a DropNGo shipping label that you can print at checkout. Just attach the label to your package and drop it off at any FedEx or UPS location.
- Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back.
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ABS/EBCM Module Repair & Return (Like New, Only Better)
This is a repair and return service where the module is rebuilt, tested, and shipped back. UpFix will rebuild your original part to make it as good as new! You will not need your ABS module coded to your vehicle VIN because it is the original module.
We work on ABS modules from many different vehicles, including:
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We support the following ABS Modules:
- Bosch 5.3
- Bosch 5.4
- Bosch 5.7
- Bosch 8.0
- Bosch 8.1
- Kelsey Hayes 30
- Kelsey Hayes 125
- Kelsey Hayes 325
- Kelsey Hayes 430
- Delphi Delco ABS EBCM
- Jaguar ATE Teves ABS Module
- And many others
Is Your ABS Anti-Lock Brake Pump Always Running?
A failing module will drain your battery. Remove the ABS fuse to prevent ABS motor burn out. You can still drive your vehicle with the module removed. We recommend covering the exposed surface of the hydraulic control unit with aluminum foil to keep out water and dirt.
The braking system is made up of the ABS module and the ABS sensors. The ABS system is responsible for helping to prevent the car’s wheels from locking during intense braking. The sensors, on the other hand, work to detect the speed of the wheels and send signals to the module to pump the brakes when the vehicle is skidding or loses traction. This means that a malfunctioning ABS module could cause your vehicle to skid or hydroplane under heavy braking. While an ABS/EBCM anti-lock control module repair may appear to be a daunting and overwhelming task, when you trust the ABS control module experts at UpFix, repairs are fast and easy.
Remove the ABS fuse to prevent the ABS motor from burning out, and then send the module to UpFix. Our car repair technicians will be able to quickly and accurately diagnose the problem, repair it, and send it back to you.