Also known as ABS Computer, Controller and Module
Removal Instructions for 1996-97 850 series and 1998-99 70 series
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***NEW*** There is a video of the removal instructions at the end of this page
I don't want to hear that you cannot do this job. Read this email I received on Sunday, November 13, 2005.
Victor, I'm a busy mother of four and I just wanted to thank you for your
directions on how to remove the ABS unit in order to send it to you for repair.
Your directions were so easy, I was able to remove the unit myself in about
10-15 minutes. As a female, who is not afraid to maintain the car or look under
the hood, I'm always trying to save a buck and do it myself if I can.
This repair was a real breeze thanks to you.
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Picture #3 Picture #4
Turbo Model? Instructions to deal with the limited space in turbo models. Even if you don't have a turbo model, it will make the removal easier.
Remove the ABS fuse from the fuse block next to the left of the windshield/wiper. In the 96-97 850 it is fuse #14.
Remove the large connector. There is a lever (black plastic cover, see picture #3 and #4) built into the connector, that you pull up to disconnect the connector. Be careful not to break it. In picture #3, the arrow points to the release tab. Push the tab and pull the connector up.
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This is a video of the removal instructions, watch it after reading the instructions..
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