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Old 08-04-2013, 17:45   #1 (permalink)
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ABS module location Ford Windstar 2002 SEL

I am trying to locate where the ABS module is that controls the ABS on my van. I have searched across various sites and have read it is under the battery,behind the battery,on the firewall,under the truck beneath the drivers seat,etc so can anyone tell me where it really is?? I believe I am have the issue with cold solder joints in the electronic module that controls the ABS as I get intermittent ABS/Brake Dash Lights when I hit a bump or the brakes. I could live without the ABS as I prefer regular brakes but when I lose ABS I lose Traction Control which I want. Yes- I know it's a sealed module but I have repaired sealed modules on other non-auto applications.I presume that by unplugging the module it will still retain it's programming - correct? Any and all info would be appreciated.
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It is under the van. If you put it on jack stands and slide under follow the brake lines to a large block. It has 6? Brake lines and a large electrical connector going to it. It is actually two separate pieces. A hydraulic controller unit and electrical unit. Also be careful the small bolts that hold it together like to break.


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