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Has anyone here had to change out the ABS module on their Santa Fe? It doesn't "look" like it would be too hard to replace. Flare fittings on the top, an electrical connection, and a few mounting bolts. I have replaced the master cylinder, bled the system, and confirmed no leaks. A few days pass with a good firm brake pedal and then it begins going to the floor. Rotors and pads have been replaced as well. The ABS module is the likely culprit. Any input available would be appreciated...

Be Safe, Mark V.
 

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Time consuming, and not super easy to get.. you'll need assortment of wrench, and I found that a crow footed line wrench come in handy too..

BEEEE VERY CAREFULL to make sure you put all the tubes back in the correct holes, and you start the line nuts straight and CAREFULLY.. take your time.. you is going into aluminum with them nuts. You'll get fluid all over, and on your hands,, it messy.
 

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Indigo, the booster is working. The pedal falls to the floor and is spongy - air is getting into the brake lines. Failing brake booster the pedal becomes hard.

SBR recommended the ABS module. Now the question is to get a used one from the UPullIt yard or spend $661.00 on the new OEM? Anyone have experience with companies that will rebuild the ABS valving and electricals? SBR, thanks for your input...

Be Safe, Mark V.
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