jeep grand cherokee ABS REPAIR (ABS MODULE)

READ DESCRIPTION FIRST PLEASE !!!!!!! no one can take any rights from this vid or sue me for anything . this is only here to save you from paying huge bills for parts you do not need and wich can easily be repaired with litlle or no cost . DO NOT TRY TO REPAIR YOU MODULE UNLESS YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE DOING !!!! ALL AT YOUR OWN RISK !!!! (it isn’t really that hard ) this is a little vid wich shows you how to repair the ATE abs module . it’s a simple repair which can be done without bleeding brakes or anything . first you should remove the module from your car . the module is bolted to the underside of the pump unit with 4 E5 little screws . i used a small 4mm hex socket to remove this 4 screws . the next step is to get the module open . it might look easy with the clips on the side of the module , but they glued it together so you have to saw it open . i used a litlle hacksaw , and sawd carefully along the edge of the cover . you have to start sawing slightly higher than the steel bushings . DON’T go to deep !!!! you’ll damage everything ! when you are so lucky to get it open , go to the corner i point out in the video . this is the corner where the pump connector is . the problem is the positive pump terminal . you should remove the silicone layer very carefull. don’t make any scratches or damage any component . after you succesfully removed the silicone layer , you should clean the board a litlle to make sure your new solder properly connects to the board
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ABS Brakes & More : How to Repair an ABS Brake System

You may be stuck without a mechanic and in need of an ABS repair. Learn how to repair an ABS system on your own with help from an expert in the automotive industry in this free video clip. Expert: Robert Holcomb Bio: Robert Holcomb is an expert in the automotive industry. He works for Apex Automotive in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Alan Mack Series Description: The ABS or “anti-lock brake system” on a car is a very powerful tool that needs to be maintained just like any other component. Learn about your anti-lock brake system with help from a professional in the auto industry in this free video series.
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