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i can find some of the different ecus on ebay or in breakers, but the price varies a lot.
id like to get a cheap one, as its likely its gonna need reconditoning sooner or later.
would anyone know if i have to stick to the one ive got or can substitute it with one of the others?
you sure it is not 970114 0 265 900 001? thsi is part number I have for ABS control module o my E39.
I had similar problems expect speedo.
my symptoms were.. ABS/ASC work fine until engine reaches its proper operational temperature, then both ABS/ACS lights come on, however no issue with speedo.
Checked speed sensors were fine.
Was advised to replace/rebuild ABS module.
Have just sendit off to autoecu.com for rebuild. Kinda waiting to get it back to see if the problem will go away.
After having discussion with technician he said it is possible that some of the soldering may be getting loose in the module when heated up(module is mounted next to the enginee). I hope once I will get rebuid module the problem will go away.
Will let you know.
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