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Saab 9-5 DIY ABS Module (MY 2000)

Saab 9-5 DIY ABS Module (MY 2000)



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How to DIY ABS Module repair.
How to DIY ABS Module repair.

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Published by: AIMWO4 on Jan 03, 2008
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Rebuild sites
http://www.saabnet.com/tsn/bb/9-5/index.html?bID=118615www.bba-reman.comor call them at (866) 573-2740http://www.andersonsolutions.ca/(Canada)
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http://saabnet.com/tsn/members/gallery.html?user=8AA2YM&do=show&id=2992 The toughest part of this job was waiting for the rebuilt module. :-)It took me 20 minutes to remove the module (and I took pictures in case anyone needs help). Irented acar for the 6 days the module was in shipment and repair. It took me about 10 minutes toget it back in. I started it up, the lights went out as the system checked out (except the TCS OFFlight). I drove it down the street; shut it off; re-started it and the remaining TCS OFF light went outas well.This would have run me $2540 for the part, $300 in labor, $120 in diagnostics ($2960). I paid$160 for the rental, $275 for the rebuild and $120 for the dealer diagnosis ($555).You can callAuto&TruckElectronics 1-800-257-3395 ext 29 (Jamie)(http://autoecu.com/default.asp) and she will help you out. They can fax you a UPS labeland some diagrams.The easiest way to do this, is to remove your battery (Neg terminal first), then take out theplatform the battery sits on. You may need to loosen up the fuse box that sits above the ABSmodule; this is held on by 3 nuts (one is hidden near thebrakereservoir). There are 6 Torx head(size T-20) screws holding the ABS module in place. You will also need to slide the clip on thelarger module connector. Mine was a bit tough. Then there is one smaller connector plugged intothe bottom of the module that's easy to remove.I took pictures if anyone needs more info. I'll try to post them somewhere for download.Tools:
Step 1:Remove Battery and Battery Box - Arrow points to ABS moduleStep 2:
Remove 2 nuts
 Lets you move the fuse box out of the way
Step 3:
Remove nut
 Lets you move the fuse box out of the wayStep 4:Remove module screws (Torx T-20)3 Screws on each side

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