[A4] ABS Module....

Derek Pulvino dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 24 07:51:03 PDT 2008

That's what I was figuring...start with a scan.  Also saw MM  
mentioned on my search of the FAQ on Audiworld.  Was wondering on how  
I would work out down time with the car if I went that route.


On Sep 23, 2008, at 10:14 PM, Scott Simmons wrote:

> If you cannot connect to the ABS module, survey says that's a bad  
> module.
> Also try the ECU for codes.  Defunct ABS modules will produce a  
> "rough road" (or something along those lines) code in the ECU's  
> controller memory.
> I'm currently awaiting spending funds to get my module rebuilt  
> (hopefully within a month or so).
> Most folks recommend Module Masters, and that's who I was going to  
> go with........ until I stumbled across BBA's eBay auction.  Unlike  
> MM, BBA will mail you a rebuilt unit, you install, verify it works,  
> then mail your old one back.  MM requires you to mail in your old  
> one first -- downtime of the A4.
> ~Scott S.
> Brizax at aol.com wrote:
>> always scan first, no need to replace parts you dont need, search  
>> the codes you get on vwvortex or audiworld
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