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1996 - 2002 Vw Passat Abs Pump Module Repair Rebuild on

US $45.00

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States

This listing is for a REBUILD SERVICE on 1996 to 2002 VW PASSAT and AUDI  ABS Control Module.

You are not buying the actual part.
 Known problems:
 - ABS light is always on or intermittent
- ABS and Brake lights are on
- ABS pump constantly running
 - Trouble codes for ABS pump, communication codes or speed sensor codes.
Considering the massive amount of 1996 to 2002 ABS control module failures, we perfected a rebuild solution by repairing weak points and replacing parts with updated components that can withstand high pressure.
You will send us your bad ABS control module (only the electronic part aka "brain box"). Please do not send the whole unit - only the black box. We will rebuild it, test on a special test stand and on the vehicle and return it to you.
No additional programming required.  
Installation instructions for DIY are available, though it is recommended to do the replacement in a professional mechanic shop. You can still drive the vehicle with the ABS control module removed, though we cannot take any responsibility for failures that may occur while the module is removed (again, the removed module should not effect driving performance). We recommend taping plastic around the hydraulic part and the electrical plug that remains on the vehicle to prevent dirt and debris from getting inside the unit.
Please be sure to pack it well and include a copy of your Paypal payment to identify yourself and send to:
5911 Lemona Ave
Van Nuys, CA 91411
 Priority mail with delivery confirmation is included takes 2-3 bus days. Optional overnight is available during checkout.
Repair usually takes 1 business day.
Repairs done to your ABS control module covered with a LIFETIME warranty.
Dealer price is around $800.
Contact us:
We need and expect you to read the listing for "How It Works" and all general questions,
 please call 818-429-4889 in case if your question wasn't already answered.

For credit card payment - please, contact us
by the phone 818-4294889
by fax 323-4467646
or email through EBAy message system

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