Below guide will teach you How to Replace an ABS Control Unit. Please follow the instructions carefully.
- DIY Costs: Est. $0.00 parts only
- Shop Costs: Est. $142.29 parts and labor
- Look for the OBD connection for your vehicle.
- Put the ignition key to ON position and connect the scan tool to the OBD connection.
- Take record of all the trouble codes and take help from owner’s manual for an index of trouble codes. This will help you rectify the problem well.
- Detach the vehicle’s negative battery cable from terminal.
- In the engine compartment, look for the ABS control module on the driver’s side.
- Detach the wiring connections from the ABS control module.
- Using an appropriate tool, take the mounting bolts off holding the ABS control module in position.
- Replace damaged module with the new module.
- Reattach the wiring connections to the new ABS control module.
- Reattach the negative battery cable back onto the terminal.
- Take a small drive and check whether the new ABS control module is working properly or not.
- Make sure that all the trouble codes are rectified.
- Switch off the engine. Turn ignition key to ON position and check with scan tool again to verify that all trouble codes are resolved.
Yips & Warning
- Don’t forget to use Person Protective Equipment (PPE) before starting any kind of repair work. Protective clothing like safety goggles, latex gloves, or closed toe shoes help prevent injuries.