Brake Antilock Control Unit/module Problems in popular cars

Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Chevrolet Suburban

The car involved is a 2001 Chevrolet Suburban. The VIN of this Suburban is 3GNFK16T31_. Vehicle was serviced per recall below on 1/26/2006. Abs sensor was inspected and cleaned, but not replaced. Defect covered in recall is now being displayed by vehicle (braking distance is extended at low speed - caused by abs sensor malfunction). Vehicle is currently not driveable. Apparently the solution in the recall was not sufficient to address the problem. Dealer and Chevrolet refuse to address this problem. Recommend that the effectiveness of the recall solution be re-evaluated. Nhtsa action number: 05v379000 NHTSA recall campaign number: pe05020 make: Chevrolet model: Suburban manufacturer : general motors llc model year : 2001 component(s) : service brakes, hydraulic:antilock:control unit/module. It was Monday, February 27, 2012 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Chevrolet Venture

The vehicle was a 2000 Chevrolet Venture. While driving, traction control warning light continuously illuminated on the dashboard. As a result, abs system and the traction control failed. Dealer stated the need to replace the main computer and sensor. This will cost over $1000,00. The failure date was 01/12/04.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Chrysler 300

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 2C3CA5CG4B_. 2011 Chrysler 300. Consumer writes in regards to safety recall for vehicle the consumer stated Chrysler failed to notify him about a major recall and they failed to correct the recall issue in a timely manner. The consumer came across the recall, by reading about it in the newspaper. After confirming, his vehicle was included in the recall, the vehicle was taken to the dealer where the repairs were made. Recall #12v197000. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Friday, June 1, 2012.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Chrysler Pacifica

The vehicle is a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica. While attempting to depress the brakes the vehicle began to vibrate. The abs indicator light illuminated. The dealer diagnosed the failure as the abs sensor. The abs sensor had been replaced twice, and was in the process of being replaced a third time. The contact has the repair invoices. The current mileage is 18,000. This problem occurred on Friday, September 1, 2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Dodge Ram Van

The vehicle is a 2001 Dodge Ram Van. The problem I have had is that the abs controls and valves are mounted under the battery and acid has eaten the brake lines and abs valves. Luckily it failed in the parking lot and not on the road my 16 year old daughter was driving with my wife at the time of the failure. This could have been a deadly scenario!. It was Nov. 26, 2007 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Dodge Ram Van

The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Dodge Ram Van. The VIN of this Ram Van is 2B7HB11X4X_. The abs warning light and the brake warning light were illuminated. Scan tool data showed codes for"abs pump stalled" were stored and active. Replacement of the abs module and the abs ehcu were required to repair the vehicle. Verizon has had many underhood fires in this model van which originated in the abs module area. Verizon feels that this is an unsafe condition which warrants further investigation and repair by daimlerchrysler. This problem occurred on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Ford Escape Hybrid

2008 Ford Escape Hybrid. Consumer writes in regards to abs module failure and seeks reimbursement for repairs. The consumer stated she experienced brake failure on two occasions, before it was determined what the problem was. This problem occurred on 02/01/13.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Ford Escape

The VIN of this vehicle is 1FMYU04131_. 2001 Ford Escape. Consumer requests reimbursement for abs module replacement. The consumer stated she wrote to Ford three times, in an attempt to get reimbursement for the replacement of a defective and recalled abs module. Recall #12v005000. The consumer stated Ford sent her a reimbursement check. The dispute has been resolved. Updated 11/21/12. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Tue., Nov. 8, 2011.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of GMC Yukon

The car involved is a 2002 GMC Yukon xl. Events leading up to the failure: 2002 Yukon 73,000 miles. No previous events leading up to the problem. Failure/consequences: 2002 Yukon: I started my car and abs light stayed on. While driving, I could feel an abnormal vibration throughout my car. (with my two small children, we pulled off to the side of the road on the right of way. I cut off my car (removed key out of ignition) and the car sounded like it was still on. Correct the problem: I called my GMC dealer in austin texas where I had purchased the vehicle and the service manager told me that he has seen many incidents such as this. He indicated that if I left the abs motor running, that my battery would die and/or the motor would ruin. So, he instructed me to raise the hood and remove the 60amp abs fuse. By doing so, the vibration/motor stopped. He said to bring it into the garage for service. His initial guess was that it was the abs module or ebcm needed to be replaced. Because my vehicle was no longer in warranty, he estimated that it could cost anywhere between $1100. 00-1900. 00 dollars. I have done research on the internet and there are many 1999-2004 gm suvs and trucks which have experienced this problem. I am requesting that a recall be placed for these modules. This problem occurred on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of GMC Yukon

The car involved was a 2002 GMC Yukon denali. The VIN of the problem Yukon is 1GKEK63U02_. Abs system always activates when it shouldn't at slow speeds, resulting in increased stopping distances. This issue happened on Thursday, November 24, 2005.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Acura TL

The vehicle involved is a 1996 Acura Tl. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Acura Tl is JH4UA3658T_. Our 1996 Acura 3. 2 Tl has 40,000 miles on it. Abs light came kept coming on. Brake fluid was added, which resolved the problem for a few days. The car was taken to the local Acura dealer, jerry damson Honda/Acura and was checked out. According to the service dept. , the abs modulator would need to be replaced, a cost of approximately $2100 - they did drain and bleed the abs system but that only solved the problem for about 2 months. The dealer is not inclined to resolve this problem to everyone's satisfaction, as the car is out of warranty as to its age, not necessarily mileage. This is a safety feature, and a product that must be reasonably durable, and this failure occurred long before it should have. As this is a major safety feature, and the abs system is tied to the traction system, its failure to operate properly may have serious consequences. Our research has shown that most owners simply disconnect the system as the cost to fix it is exorbitant. According to the service department, they see the failure of the abs systems on this year of car more in cars that are driven in a reasonable manner. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Monday, Jun. 21, 2004.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Acura TL

The vehicle was a 1996 Acura Tl. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was JH4UA3653T_. Got estimate from dealer for 2600. 00 dollars for mechanical repair on a free 41 point inspection. Took car to another shop and had repaired for 119. 00 dollars. It was Monday, April 3, 2006 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Honda Passport

Vehicle identification number (VIN): 4S6DM58W8Y_. The vehicle is a 2000 Honda Passport. The passenger side seat belts locks when a person occupies the front seat. The seat belt is restrictive, and the belt will not un-latch from the buckle. Additionally the abs system will not activate in situations that warrant. The vehicle was taken to the dealer on several occasions, and the locks on the seat belt were replaced. He has spent over $2800. 00 replacing various brake components. The failure mileage was zero. The current mileage was 64,000. This issue happened on Feb. 8, 2001.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Honda Passport

The vehicle was a 1999 Honda Passport. The VIN of the problem Passport is 4S6CM58W9X_. Abs motor ran continually. No longer in operation and needs replacement. It was July 2, 2003 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Hyundai Genesis

The vehicle was a 2009 Hyundai Genesis. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is KMHGC46E59_. Without warning, the brake pedal traveled almost to the floor of the car before stopping the vehicle. The first occasion happened on August 7, 2013, but the problem corrected itself and the brakes seemed fine until October 20, 2013, when my husband and I were vacationing in the mountains of north carolina, approximately 5 hours from our home. Again, without any warning, the brake pedal went almost to the floor before stopping the vehicle. We made it home safely, but the brake failure was a major safety concern. After seeing information online about a recall of the Genesis related to the brakes, we took the vehicle to the Hyundai dealership in goldsboro, nc, on October 23, and they replaced the brake fluid, which failed to correct the problem with the brakes. They told us the master cylinder needed to be replaced. Based on the history of the problem, we did not agree with that diagnosis and, on October 24, took the Genesis to johnson Hyundai in raleigh, nc, where they determined the problem was caused by a failure of the hydraulic module for the anti-lock brake system. The Hyundai company told us they are currently investigating this very same problem with the 2009 Genesis but the investigation is not far enough along to determine if a recall will be made. Further, that we should have the repairs done (over $2100) and if a recall is made, we would be reimbursed. Johnson Hyundai is trying to help us find a resolution to this issue. The vehicle is only four years old and about 10,000 miles out of warranty; $2100 in a repair bill is a lot of money for us to pay for a brake problem of which Hyundai is already aware. . . . Updated 11-12-13 johnson Hyundai and Hyundai corporation replaced the defective abs module at no charge. Updated 11/19/13. It was August 8, 2013 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Hyundai Genesis

The owner has a 2009 Hyundai Genesis. The contact stated that while driving 35 mph, he depressed the brake pedal but it went to the floorboard. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for inspection where they stated that the abs module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 63,000. The VIN was unavailable. VIN added* smch updated 10/31/cn the consumer also stated the electronics started to malfunction. The bluetooth would continuously disconnect the navigation system would freeze. This brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred Sat., Jul. 20, 2013.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Infiniti G35

The vehicle involved is a 2005 Infiniti G35. The "slip" light flashed when coasting at about 7-10 mph. The "slip" light is a function of the abs system. This occurred as soon as I drove it off of the dealers lot, and it was my first time driving. This vehicle (internet order, so I didn't have a chance to drive this exact vehicle before I purchased the car). As the "slip" light flashes, I hear the grinding noise of what appears to be the abs system engaging. I took it into the dealership and for 4 days, they could not figure out the problem. After the 4th day, they replaced the speed sensor in the right rear wheel. On the way home after picking up my car after 6 days in the shop, the "slip" light continued to flash at 7-10 mph. I called the service department again and they said that they'll try replacing the abs control unit. After waiting over a week, the dealer told me that the part was in. When I dropped off the, they told me that they had ordered the wrong part. Now, it's scheduled to be in the shop for 3 days. The dealer tells me that they are not sure that this will cure the problem. I cannot rely on the brake system of this car nor do I trust the service department of the Infiniti dealership. The failure date was Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2005.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Infiniti I30

The car involved was a 2001 Infiniti I30. The VIN of this vehicle is JNKCA31A51_. Since oct 25 2006 I had to replace 2 sets of oxygen sensors and a lr wheel/abs sensor at my expense and all before 49,000 miles. I think a sensor problem exists or someone is taking advantage of me. This problem occurred on 12/27/2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Jeep Wrangler

The vehicle involved is a 2007 Jeep Wrangler 4-dr 4x4. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1J4GA59127_. Esp computer system failure, faulty abs module, electrical failure. It was Jun. 7, 2007 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Jeep Wrangler

The car is a 2007 Jeep Wrangler 2-dr 4x4. The VIN of this vehicle is 1J8FA54127_. Abs/ traction control/ electronic stability control engages at times when using highway on/ off ramps and without applying the brakes. Vehicle had been previously repaired for this issue by updating the abs control module software to the latest version, but the issue still persists. The abs malfunction indicator light illuminates and stays illuminated, but the dealer can find no trouble codes. Note: this vehicle did not fall into campaign 06v493000 as the abs module under the scope of that recall was introduced two days after this vehicle was built. It was Tuesday, August 14, 2007 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Land Rover Range Rover

The vehicle was a 2004 Land Rover Range Rover. Driving at 35 mph on a slightly slope blvd. The 2004 Range Rover experience a sudden lack of control by driver. Immediately felt Range Rover weave slightly out of control and rear end dipping downward. The driver had to react quickly to compensate and regain control to continue driving safely. Immediately contacted (other-foreign) repair shop and drove 5 minutes to shop. Shop ase tech diagnosis problem as abs control module failed. Reason for spontaneous air suspension lifts to vehicle when sitting in traffic. Tech notes: failure with air suspension will cause vehicle to lean (off balance) and may create hazardous driving conditions. Abs control module cost to repair $2,000. - $2,500 further diagnostic needed to determine possible other related issues to spontaneous air suspension lifting. If found leakage of suspension airbags, each air bag approximately $600 each on rear suspension. Owners feels this is an obvious and well known problem with Range Rovers (and other landrover models) which the manufacturer is ignoring. Owner feel manufacturer continuance to not addressing the issue may cause grave inquiry if and when suspension fails while driving. This brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred 03/01/2013.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Land Rover Range Rover

The vehicle is a 2002 Land Rover Range Rover. While applying the brakes at 30-35 mph abs light illuminated. Brake pedal was going to the floor, resulting in extended stopping distance. Vehicle was driven to the dealer, and dealer informed consumer that brake sensor needed to be replaced.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Lexus Rx400h

The car is a 2008 Lexus Rx400h. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is JTJHW31U38_. When braking, any small bump, particularly on wet surfaces, causes braking to cut out for a second or two, and the car does not decelerate as fast. Added pressure is required to engage the regular brakes to resume the same stopping level. This non-linear stopping characteristic causes increased stopping distances and loss of control in braking (at least for a second or two). This seems to be caused by the regenerative braking cutting out when the anti-lock system engages momentarily. It was Tue., Dec. 1, 2009 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Lexus Rx400h

The vehicle involved was a 2007 Lexus Rx400h. I am the original owner of a 2007 Lexus RX 400h which has not been involved in any accidents, and currently has approximately 30,000 miles on it. Since I purchased the vehicle I have noticed an irregularity in my braking system under certain conditions, which is exactly what I heard described this evening on the news about pruis hybrid vehicles. It can simply be described as when braking, if a pothole or bump in the road is hit, or some other small irregularity in the road surface, the car seemingly jerks forward/accelerates for a split second. The feeling is of a momentary loss of control of the vehicle, and has happened while slowly approaching a stop sign or braking/decelerating in traffic, but not typically when slowing at higher rates of speed. I have had these experiences. . . Where I have been slowly approaching a stop sign, braking, when I have hit a small bump, and was not able to stop the car before the stop sign, and in slow moving traffic where I lost momentary control over the car as the brakes "hiccupped" over a rough spot on the road and lurched at the car in front of me. I was just about to make an appointment with my local Lexus dealer, Lexus of austin (texas) regarding my concern when I saw this evening's news. It compelled me to notify you. It looks as though this problem may be more widespread with all Toyota products. It was Feb. 4, 2010 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Lincoln MKZ

Letter from senator nelson re constituent regarding 2008 Lincoln Mkz ( reference constituent for their records). The consumer stated slightly for more than a year, three safety warning lights illuminated on the dashboard. They were the traction-stability, abs, and brake warning lights. The first time the consumer returned to the dealer, they stated the computer did not detect any malfunction, and to bring the vehicle back, when the lights came back on. The lights would illuminate intermittently and without apparent cause, often all at once or individually and before, he could get to the dealer. The second time, the consumer took the vehicle back to the dealer, they were still unable to detect a problem. The third time, the consumer went to the dealer, he left the vehicle there. After two weeks of having the vehicle, the lights finally illuminated, while the vehicle was being test driving. After hooking the vehicle to the computer, the dealer found the problem, was the anti-lock brake module the consumer was informed the part would cost $700. However, it was agreed, the consumer would pay $200 of the expense as a deductible. The next day, the lights illuminated again. The consumer took a picture of the lights and returned to the dealer for a fourth time. The vehicle was at the dealer for a month, with no resolution. It was Apr. 1, 2013 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Lincoln Town Car

The vehicle involved was a 1998 Lincoln Town Car. Abs traction control engages while accelerating at high speeds, causing intermittent loss of control. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Friday, January 23, 1998.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mazda Tribute

The VIN of this vehicle is 4F2YU08162_. 2002 Mazda Tribute. Consumer writes in regards to safety recall 6712a concerning abs system repairs and seeks reimbursement the dealer informed the consumer, there was nothing they could do until she received a notification letter saying the part was in stock. The consumer took the vehicle to an independent shop because the brake light illuminated on the dashboard. The brake master cylinder was replaced. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Tuesday, May. 1, 2012.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mazda Tribute

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 4F2YU08112_. 2002 Mazda Tribute. Consumer writes in regards to vehicle recall the consumer stated he called Mazda corporation several times during the past five months and asked what progress had been made in repairing the abs recall defect. Mazda informed the consumer that pursuant to the recall, they would not be able to replace the defective part at this time. Mazda recommended the consumer park his vehicle away from structures in the unlikely event, the abs module developed an electrical short. This issue happened on Jun. 1, 2012.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mercedes Benz ML350

The vehicle involved was a 2006 Mercedes Benz Ml350. The vehicle had a crash. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was WDBUF87J06_. While traveling on 80 east in new jersey on a rainy day the esp light malfunction showed on the dashboard screen. At that point the vehicle spun to the right and could not be controlled. The failure of the esp caused the crash. This problem occurred on Tuesday, September 11, 2007.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mercedes Benz ML320

The car was a 2001 Mercedes Benz Ml320. Front left wheel locked while driving about 30 mph. Foot was not even on the brake pedal. Bas esp lights came on and stayed on. This brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred Jul. 10, 2007.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mercury Villager

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Mercury Villager is 4M2ZV11T92_. During a vacation trip on November 21, 2006, the "proportional valve" on our 2002 Mercury Villager began to apply the brakes while we were on the interstate. There was no warning light, just a gradual increase in the power necessary to keep going. By the time we realized it, the entire brake system had overheated, resulting in over $1,000 in dealer repairs. Our contention is that this is a manufacturing defect and the vehicle should at least have been considered for some form of reimbursement. We also wanted to make the NHTSA aware of this in case other consumers encounter similar problems. As it was, the entire cost of the repair was for our account. This issue happened on 11/21/06.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mercury Sable

The car involved was a 2003 Mercury Sable. Abs activated after going over several "bumps" in a series and brakes applied lightly. Lightly being as when slowing down in traffic for a traffic light and stopping. Abs light did not come on. However, abs light has subsequently come on. Abs light does not necessarily come on again the next time the vehicle is started. Also the brakes can appear to be fine until the next series of "bumps" is encountered when driving. This brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred Jan. 7, 2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mitsubishi Raider

The vehicle having this issue was a 2006 Mitsubishi Raider. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1Z7HC22K96_. Every time I apply the brakes it makes a rapidly pulsating sensation like the abs is engaging, even when I'm going at a slow speed or when I'm not making a rapid stop, have taken it in to huntington beach Mitsubishi 2/23/09 - they ordered rear brake shoes, 03/05/09 - replaced rear brake shoes and machined front rotors per TSB, 06/30/09 - advise turn drums, 10/20/09 - order front rotors (for which they made me pay, applied stop squeak, 10/22/09 - brake job front end, replaced pads and applied stop squeak (I paid for pads and stop squeak) 05/05/10 same problem they told me they're waiting on dpsm, and now they want me to come in Monday 7/24/10 for another brake job, even though I've said that is not taking care of the problem and how many times can the rotors be turned before I have to replace them again. I did not ask for the old parts. They have never addressed the abs, even when I showed them a copy of recall notice on the abs #06v038000 I bought this Raider pickup new in 2006 to last me for my old age. I can't afford to keep getting a new brake job every 6,000 miles. It was 02/23/09 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Mitsubishi Montero

The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JA4MW31R42_. I have a 2002 Mitsubishi Montero with 43,000 mile the abs control module just all of a sudden went out. There was no problems, just backed up in Jan 1, 2006 and noticed the light was on. I looked in the manual about the problem and did what it said but the light remained on. I took it took a local tire and brake company but they couldn't get the light to go off, so I took it to a dealership and they told me the abs control module had gone out. The cost of this part is $900. The service manager at the dealership told me to contact Mitsubishi because he has never seen this problem happen before. I did and they told me that there was nothing they could do since the 36,000 mile warranty was up. I think this sucks, because it is apparent that this part must have been defective since it is one that no one could tell me that they had complaints about. I will tell you one thing this is the only Mitsubishi product I will ever own. This issue happened on 01/01/2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Nissan Xterra

The vehicle was a 2001 Nissan Xterra. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5N1ED28Y71_. Nhtsa#02-v-299-000: on certain pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles, water may enter the rear axle housing due to inadequate sealing of the anti-lock braking system (abs) sensor. Consumer has the same problem. Dealer has inspected four times and could not duplicate or correct the problem. It was 06/03/2003 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Nissan Titan

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Nissan Titan is 1N6BA0EC5A_. The owner has a 2010 Nissan Titan. She stated that while in reverse, the abs service warning light illuminated on the dashboard. The dealer advised that the abs control unit had failed and was replaced accordingly. The failure recurred within four days and the vehicle was taken back to the dealer where the contact was awaiting repairs. The failure mileage was 677 and the current mileage was 1,000. The failure date was May. 3, 2010.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of SAAB 95

The vehicle involved is a 2001 SAAB 95. While driving approximately 65 mph, the abs warning light illuminated. The vehicle was towed to a dealer and they stated that the abs module needed to be repaired. The current mileage was 97,000 and failure mileage was 96,980. Updated 11/15/07. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Friday, Oct. 27, 2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of SAAB 95

The car involved was a 2000 SAAB 9-5. The VIN of this 95 is YS3ED58E6Y_. Following dash lights came abs, tcs off, warning triangle and brake. Check engine light came on after intermittent problem became permanent. Speedometer and odometer ceased to operate. Researched to discover a common problem with like vehicles (saabnet. Com). Service technician confirmed that abs ecu was inoperative and needed to be replaced. Mike shaw SAAB attempted to resolve issue with SAAB USA to replace $2500 part. I would pay labor. SAAB USA offered to pay half. I decided to repair myself. I removed the abs module (a bosch sub-part of the abs ecu) and sent it to be re-built for $249. I rented a car for about $200 and paid $120+tax for the SAAB service diagnosis. I re-installed the module, and the car is fine. It appears that these bosch abs modules are causing problems in many brands of vehicles. Searching ebay, I found there to be more instances of this than I could count. It was 09/10/2005 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Saturn VUE

The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5GZCZ33Z87_. My 6 day old Saturn Vue - hybrid had 242 miles on it when the low battery light went on. The check engine lights went on, then the abs, traction control, and passenger air bag light illuminated. I was able to get to the dealers, coasted in to their shop. The new car sat there for 12 days before I was able to drive it. The starter/ generator control module had to be replaced. It had to come from an outside supplier, who claimed to have shipped it, but had no tracking number, and supposedly it could not be found. It finally arrived after the car was in the shop for 12 days and was installed. It was June 6, 2007 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Saturn SL1

The vehicle having this issue was a 1996 Saturn Sl1. The VIN of this vehicle was 1B4HS28Z9X_. While applying the brakes the pedal went to the floor vehicle was unable to stop on its on. Driver was able to stop by turning off the vehicle for fifteen minutes, then restarted it and drove to the dealer for inspection. Mechanic determined that abs control unit system needed to be replaced. The failure date was Tuesday, Mar. 15, 2005.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Subaru Tribeca

The car involved was a 2006 Subaru b9 Tribeca. 1. While driving around a snowy corner on xxx road, the vehicle lost complete control when all of its anti-slip, anti-swerve and anti-lock systems all immediately failed a simultaneously. My vehicle is currently experiencing the following safety defects: 2. While driving on the palisades parkway on 8/08/06, under a year from its purchase, we heard a loud band in the engine compartment. There was a loss of control of the vehicle, several warning lights went off on the dashboard, including the oil light. The vehicle then began pouring a thick white smoke that I couldn't see through, out from under the hood and also out of the tailpipe. Not only was I unable to see through the front windshield, the potential for an oil fie was tremendous!!!!! this is the second hazardous situation this vehicle put me through. There was a banging noise in the engine compartment with a major loss of power. I performed an emergency stop and pulled into the south bound sunoco station. Upon stopping the vehicle I discovered oil streaming form under the front of the vehicle. There was enough oil to completely cover the pavement under the vehicle, I believe it was several quarts. I then contacted Subaru roadside service who picked up the vehicle. You can contact jeffs towing service for additional information on the vehicles condition. This problem occurred on Aug. 5, 2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was JF1GG68582_. My 2002 Subaru Outback sport (based on the imprezza) displays the same problem with the abs system being ineffective when braking over bumps as the 2002, 2003 wrxs currently being investigated by odi (pe03-029). This problem is not just limited to the wrx vehicle. The problem is clearly demonstrated under light to moderate braking effort, if the vehicle encounters a sharp bump (e. G. A raised pavement section at an expansion joint) while the brakes are applied. Normal abs function would momentarily ease up the braking pressure on the front wheels as they become un-weighted on the back side of the bump, so that they do not lock-up. After the front wheels are fully weighted again the abs system would allow the previous braking effort to be re-established allowing the car to stop almost normally. Thus the braking distance of the vehicle might be extended by the length of the bump (perhaps 6 inches). This correct behavior is exhibited by my 1994 probe gt. If I drive my Subaru over the same road conditions, when the vehicle hits a sharp bump, the abs system start functioning and continues for a significant period of time, even after passing over the bump. This, in itself, should not be a problem, but during this time the braking efficiency is drastically reduced. This typically extends the stopping distance of the Subaru by 10-30 feet (when stopping from 30mph) over what would have been achieved if the bump had not occurred. If I immediately release the brake peddle, and then fully apply the brakes the car does stop. So this problem is not associated with the tires ability to grip the road, or the brakes ability to stop the rotor/drum. I believe it to be a programming error in the ecu. This problem is repeatable and fully demonstrable. I would be happy to supply further details to help get this issue resolved. This problem occurred on Jan. 31, 2002.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Suzuki Verona

2004 Suzuki Verona problems with jolting after being stopped. Consumer states that when the accelerator was depressed the engine would not register it right away until about 3 seconds or so then the vehicle would lurch forward. The consumer also stated the check engine light would illuminate as well. While driving, suddenly the vehicle started dropping speed, the engine was running; there was simply no connection between the running engine and the gas pedal. Because the consumer had the cruise control set, the gas pedal lodged into the floor board trying to maintain cruising speed. Several components were replaced to try and resolve the problem such as the transmission, head gaskets, pcv, fuel pressure regulator, fuel pump, catalytic converter, and O2 sensor. The abs light illumined in October 2006. In March 2007 a new abs module was installed. It was May. 1, 2008 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Toyota Prius

2009 Toyota Prius. Consumer write regards to vehicle brake problems. Consumer also sent revised Toyota document. The consumer stated the same braking problem existed for models before and after the 2010 models. However, only the 2010 models were recalled. The failure date was 02/01/2013.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Toyota Prius

2010 Toyota Prius. Consumer states two brake system failures the consumer stated the vehicle began making an unusual sound and after a few days, numerous warning lights appeared on the dashboard announcing a failure of the braking system. The vehicle was towed to the dealer. An inspection revealed the master cylinder, booster and ecu needed to be replaced. The consumer paid $ 3,246. 83 for the repairs. However, nine days later, the unusual brake pedal sound returned, but the brakes worked and no warning lights appeared. The next day, the brake system completely failed while his daughter was driving the vehicle. Again, the vehicle was towed to the dealer, where the technicians determined the vehicle needed a new brake booster assembly. The consumer was informed he would only be responsible for the labor costs of $ 255. 48. The consumer believed the booster and brake booster were the same part, which was supposed to have been replaced several days prior. Jb. It was Thu., May. 31, 2012 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Volkswagen Passat

The vehicle involved is a 2003 Volkswagen Passat. Abs control module on my 2003 vw Passat failed. This appears to be a common failure that disables the abs. This issue happened on Jun. 10, 2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Volkswagen Passat

The vehicle involved was a 2003 Volkswagen Passat. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was WVWRH63B33_. I've spent over $8000 towards vw dealership attempts at fixing the horn, radio, homelink, climate control (a/c and heat) rear passenger side window, heated seats, dashboard panel lights, and defroster flap. Vw replaced abs and brake light module, but only fixed the horn. Vw stated they are not responsible even after I paid for them to fix the above problems and they are still unable to determine the cause of the problems. I request reimbursement from Volkswagen for the repair attempts and related expenses. Current vehicle mileage: 127,000. This brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred Friday, November 17, 2006.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Volvo XC90

The vehicle had a crash. I am experiencing continuing safety problems with my Volvo Xc90. This vehicles all wheel drive (awd) system is malfunctioning without warning and at random times. This results in unpredictable and erratic vehicle handling which creates serious safety issues to the vehicles driver and occupants. This has been occurring for at least one year and was confirmed and documented by a Volvo dealer during the summer of 2005. I must point out this safety problem involves an active system that cannot be controlled, adjusted or disabled by the vehicles driver. This safety problem caused an accident during the winter of 2005. At that time, the all wheel drive system failed suddenly and without warning on a snow covered road. This caused sudden and uncontrolled front wheel spin which led to a loss of vehicle control and with the vehicle sliding off a road. A tow truck was required to move the vehicle back on the road. The Volvo dealer that confirmed the problem has made several failed attempts to repair it. They have documented communication problems within the vehicles high speed network and reloaded vehicle software. They have also replaced: 1) the vehicles front wheel sensors, 2) the mfi module used for vehicle diagnostics, 3) the bcm module used by the awd system, and 4) the awd aoc unit with clutch and transmission. None of this has resolved the safety problems I am experiencing from this vehicle. This Volvo dealer has told me the problem cannot be repaired because: 1) the vehicles diagnostic system does not report any diagnostic codes, 2) their own technicians cannot diagnose the problem, and 3) Volvo technicians cannot determine the problem. My requests to Volvo cars of north America have been ignored or rejected, even by Volvo consumer affairs and Volvo regional managers. I am left to driving a vehicle with obvious safety problems that cannot be diagnosed or repaired by anyone. It was Thu., Dec. 22, 2005 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue happened.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Volvo XC70

The vehicle involved is a 2004 Volvo Xc70. The contact stated that while driving approximately 20 mph, the vehicle would make a violent jerk when accelerating and decelerating. The vehicle was inspected by a dealer who informed the contact that she needed to replace the transmission. The vehicle had not been repaired. There was also a failure with the brakes. The contact noticed the abs light illuminated on the instrumental panel after she tried to decelerate and the vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer. The dealer inspected the vehicle and informed the contact that there was a failure within the abs module and it needed to be replaced. The repairs for the abs module had not been performed. The failure mileage was approximately 53,000. Updated 02/07/11 updated 02/14/11. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Thursday, Jul. 1, 2010.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Audi S4

Abs controller on a 2000 Audi S4 failed after 58k miles. The brake fluid pump and abs controller unit are all in one, and the cost for repairs is about $1700. It is my belief that this unit should not fail after such low mileage. The car is under full warranty up to 50k miles or 4 years, whichever comes first, but these units are known to fail within the first 60k miles, and in other vehicles they last much longer. The failure date was 09/14/04.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Audi S4

The vehicle having this issue was a 2000 Audi S4. It seems that there is a manufacturing defect among b5 platform Audi a4 vehicles, where either the abs controller is apt to fail prematurely, or the connection between the controller and the instrument cluster fails. Due to the high frequency of failures, it seems highly unlikely that the abs controller is at fault and prone to such a high failure rate. Wiring to the instrument cluster seem to be the more likely cause, yet dealers almost exclusively decide to point to the controller, which costs upwards of $1200. This condition is undoubtedly risky and dangerous. A malfunctioning abs controller can cause the rear wheels of the vehicle to lock up under hard braking, even when releasing the brake. It was Friday, September 3, 2004 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of BMW 540

The car involved is a 1999 BMW 540iat. Complete abs failure while traveling at speeds. The abs control module controlled each wheel differently at different times, causing the car to buck wildly at highway safe speeds. While braking, the controller went bad (was reported to dealer previously and told it was the brake pads - changed and still had issue) , locked up the rear wheels, caused sliding condition in traffic, nearly colliding with other cars and underpass barricade. This has happened numerous time and has been reported to dealer (none at speeds - 10 mph or under - controllable at those speeds). It was Wednesday, March 10, 2004 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of BMW 540

The car involved was a 1999 BMW 540ia. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was WBADN6337X_. I had troubles with my abs module unit that is attached to my BMW 1999 540ia. I have become aware that this is a common problem that disables the abs control of my car and many other same model cars as mine. I had to replace the part myself due to no recall or acceptance from BMW that this is a major problem with a safety feature on my and many other BMW's similar to mine. The failure occured out of the nowhere and the resulting problem is that the unit would go off after car would warm up then eventually over time the unit completely fails and disables the cars anti braking system. The unit was replaced by me after numerous times to get Bmwna or anyone from BMW to do anything about the problem with my unit. The new part cost me about $700 and the labor was about $60 to get it installed and programmed from teh BMW dealer around here. I have my old part if that helps but it is of no use. Thx michael d. Karr. This issue happened on March 10, 2005.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Buick Rendezvous

The vehicle involved is a 2002 Buick Rendezvous. The contact stated that on March 26, 2004 rear hub kit of its abs was replaced, including the harness and speed sensor control module. During that timethe vehicle had approximately 27,211 miles. The abs indicator illuminated while the contact was driving at approximately 35 mph. The vehicle currently has 57,000 miles, and the abs has failed again at 56,000 miles. This issue happened on Monday, March 26, 2007.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Buick Regal

The vehicle involved was a 2000 Buick Regal. At 83000 miles my abs system failed leaving my car without abs and traction control I think that at this low miliage this should not be a factor in this car the part to make everything work right again is $1269. 00 without labor. I feel other Buick owners are having the same problem and this is a safety issue and should be looked at more closely. *a. It was Apr. 21, 2004 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Cadillac Escalade

The VIN of the problem Escalade is 1GYEK63N62_. I purchased a 2002 Cadillac Escalade that has experienced slow-speed braking problems from the first date of purchase. Initially I thought that it may be the brake shoes or rotors, however, I have had the brake shoes and rotors replaced on the front and back of the vehicle. The problems with the braking have persisted. The abs is triggered when driven at low speeds usually under 15 miles per hour when the conditions do not warrant it. Consequently, I have almost wrecked due to the defective operation of the brakes and I am afraid to drive the vehicle and concerned with the safety of my wife and three small children. I have been told by a dealership that potentially the problem with the braking system involves the front, wheel speed sensor mounting surface on the bearing. Supposedly rust or corrosion could detrimentally affect the peak-to-peak output voltage. The wheel bearing hub assembly sensor problem causes false wheel speed readings which sends erroneous wheel speed readings to the vehicleã‚s computer. The computer interprets this reading as a need for the computer to continue activating the abs to prevent wheel lockup. However, if abs is still triggering at very low speeds, it prevents the wheels from coming to a complete stop because it continually releases and applies the brakes at very low speeds (under 15 miles an hour). This type of defect could have near fatal outcomes especially in a hilly and mountainous terrain like that of west virginia. Due to this pre-existing material defect in the vehicle which affects an extremely integral part of the operation, rendering it undriveable; I expect general motors/Cadillac to fix this problem at no cost to me, the consumer. It would be extremely negligent to have notice about a manufacturing defect and ignore your duty of care to remedy this problem, especially in light of the low cost remedy available to recall and fix it. Sincerely, nelson r. Staples iv. It was Nov. 11, 2006 when this brake antilock control unit/module issue occurred.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Cadillac Escalade

The vehicle having this issue was a 2002 Cadillac Escalade. The VIN of this vehicle was 1GYEK63N12_. On 08/27/2007 my stability control system light was on in the dash board of my veicle, approached traffic light tried to stop and the brakes would not work, then the vehicle accelarated on its own. For the grace of god I was able to avoid an accident due to the traffic being light. I had my 2002 Cadillac Escalade towed to the nearest Cadillac service shop(ken dixon, waldorf MD) in the area at the time. Dealer advised an issue with the abs and the stability control uni adv cost of repair $2600 or more, advised by dealer no recall on either of these issues. To date nothing has been done, the dealer still has the vehicle and has yet to return any of my calls in reference to my claim. Items of issue service brakes, hydraulic: antilock- control unit/module-components-sensors vehicle speed control -linkage suspension which involves the stability control (asc). The failure date was Tuesday, August 28, 2007.

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car   Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problem of Jaguar S-type

The car involved is a 2004 Jaguar S-type. Consumer received manufacturer's recall r167166 concerning abs brakes. However, consumer stated the dealer will not honor the recall. Electronic abs brake module: which controlled the applicator of the parking brake. It may be unintentionally applied to the parking brake. This brake antilock control unit/module problem happened on Sun., Aug. 1, 2004.

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