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Disconnecting ABS mudule

Owen87

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I might sound a bit stupid here sorry guys, but im wondering how to i disconnect the as module?
 

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can anyone please help me out, im tryin to do it now. it just wont unplug, has it got clips to undo or wat
 

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You have to pull out a tab on the left of the connector to unlock the plug. I'm not sure if the tab is red or yellow. Mine is red.
 

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k thanx
that is to disconnect the module under the bonnet on the drive side?
 

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i have disconnected the plug under the ABS module (orange) and turned the car on but all my dash warning lights are still on.
 

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Here is a post from Doctor Bob which might help you.
The easiest way to check if its the ABS module is have the car running when all the warning lights come on unplug the ABS connector & see if the oil pressure light goes out, if it does the abs module is faulty.
To replace it you need to undo the two 13mm nuts holding the module/pump assy in & lift it up, undo the small two pin connector on the lower front edge, undo the six torx bit screws holding the module to the pump.
fit the new module in the reverse order.

Cheers Rob
 

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iv just done it again the way u have posted it above, but my oil light isnt going off. could it be my PCM at all?
 

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i disconnected the bottom plug of the abs module not the top 1, is that right?
 
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