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ABS Diagnostic Codes Fix

Discussion in 'VT - VX Holden Commodore (1997 - 2002)' started by JD24, Mar 5, 2018.

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    Hi There
    I've just been and had the diagnostic scanner tool put on my 2001 vx calais and it has shown error codes 74 and 62 in the ABS. Can anyone please advise how I fix this issue or what it actually is?..Cheers.... BTW I'm just the wife...hubby likes to tinker with and fix the cars lol
     
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    They are just random fault codes, nothing to worry about for now
    it's probably the ABS module starting to fail setting fault codes
     
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    Have a look at the documents below. Diagnosis/repair might be a little outside of the "tinkering" level:
     

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    Ok thanks for the info... is anyone able to decipher any of that for me please? Sorry to be a pain... but does it basically mean I need a new ABS module... or there's a wiring problem... or more serious than any of that?
     
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    check the 3 plugs under bonnet drivers side near windscreen
    and plug to abs module for dirty or coroded connections
     
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    Will do, thank you
     

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