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ABS/DCS module repair attempt on my other car.....

I am working through some ABS/DCS challenges on my bimmer and thought I would share a little video from my ABS/DCS module attempt as it may be helpful to folks here.

After wheel sensors (being unplugged, dirty or just bad), the control units are probably the next most common device in the system to fail. It is often due to bad/cold solder joints that have broken over time. Itís a crap shoot but these modules can sometimes be repaired by reflowing the solder joints. I filmed my attempt, though it was not successful. I may try again on some of the chips.

The module on my Jeep looks almost identical to the one in my bmw. If the one in my jeep goes bad, Iíll make a new film.  On the Jeep, it looks like the whole thing would need to come out (and brake system bled) so that you can get the module off.

https://youtu.be/MMqvT2xm05U


LOL.... I finally used that HiLift Jack Off Road Base for something.
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