Try BBA Reman ( a UK company )
I think I read on another forum that they are now charging £195 to repair the unit with a lifetime guarantee.
You will need to remove the module yourself and send it to them then reinstall it.
Your brakes will still work fine and the ABS is not a MOT failure.
James Sherlock is offering a service to disable the ABS light for around £50.
Originally Posted by Brushfox
I have a 2008 K1200s with 14,000 miles on the clock. Always been serviced promptly by my local BMW dealership. A few weeks ago I got the bike out of hibernation and began using it to commute to work. Everything fine except the battery was a bit weak and not holding it's charge very well, so I replaced it. I then began to get the red Brake Failure
warning on the dashboard.
As the service and MOT were due soon I decided to carry on carefully until then. No problem until the dealer told me that I needed a new ABS Modulator at £950 + labour
Has anyone else had the same problem ? Will the brakes continue to work safely without this ? Any advice gratefully received. Thanks.
Last edited by Bigmc; Apr 12th, 2015 at 7:41 am.