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ModuleMaster rebuilt ABS?

Has anyone had any experience (good or bad) using ModuleMaster to rebuild a failed ABS module?

http://modulemaster.com/rebuilds/sho.../abs-ate-abs4/

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Yes, Excellent, would highly recommend them and would use them again.

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Yes, just had my 08 module rebuilt by them a couple months ago. Easy to take out/install. They had it for about a week, everything went well. $250, MUCH better than buying a new one, and they give you a 5 year warranty.
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Out of curiosity I would like to see a repaired Module Master ABS unit.
Just interested to see how they remove the motor ring and re- attach it ?
Would be also interesting to know how they remove the brushes and fit new ones ?
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I had Module Masters rebuild the ABS module for a BMW car I had and it went smoothly. There were less expensive alternatives out there, but MM seemed the most discussed in the positive. So, I went with them.

Just the elec module goes in to them, not the entire ABS unit.


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I had Module Masters rebuild the ABS module for a BMW car I had and it went smoothly. There were less expensive alternatives out there, but MM seemed the most discussed in the positive. So, I went with them.

Just the elec module goes in to them, not the entire ABS unit.


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You mean for your car?
For the bikes, the whole unit goes to them, it has to since the motor isn't removable (until they drill it). MM tests the computer/circuit/electric side as well as the valve functioning. Thus, they need the whole unit.

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Great, thanks for your responses!

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