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Old 02-16-2003, 02:46   #1 (permalink)
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What the hell is this?

AU Series II, under the bonnet, to the passenger side of the fusebox, some thing made by Bosch, my dad and I are buggered to what the hell it is, any help?
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Old 02-16-2003, 03:10   #2 (permalink)
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be good if the pic worked ????
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ABS module? But yeh, pic would be good.
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Old 02-16-2003, 05:00   #4 (permalink)
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Sorry I don't actually have a digi camera handy.

It's not in our NL Fairlane, so we're both just a tad confused.
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yeah its probably the ABS. does it have a few metal pipes going to it?
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i bet its the abs module too... E series(including your NL) has the module in the front left hand wheelarch, behind the plastic cover thingo, towards the front bumper.

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If it's near the radiator overflow tank and it has 3 or 4 small diameter metal pipes going into it, it's definitely the ABS.

Whatever it is though - do not remove it! It's probably an important part required to make the car function properly.
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Yeah it seems to be the ABS thingy, I think I've found it in the Fairlane too.

Thanks guys.

Oh and I"m not going to touch a thing in either car, dad wont let me lol. Just having a peak around getting used to everything for when I get mine. Then I can toy with anything without parents getting tight!
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Haha - yep, it's best to leave the oldies' cars well alone! - Years ago when I was just out of school I went to the trouble of working out how the emissions gear on my Dad's XF worked - then I disconnected/blocked all of it that could be and tuned the engine up generally (using Gregory's manual). The car went great and returned improved fuel economy + less power loss in hot weather.

My folks were really pleased until a few weeks later when some relay or fusible link failed (near the battery - opposite side of the engine bay from where I'd worked on it) - Dad had to get RACQ to fix it at his work. So of course even tho it was NOTHING to do with anything I worked on it was my fault for fooling with the car!! I kid you not - they were really cranky at me for ages!!
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