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hydraulic control module (abs)


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Usually the options M222 and M224 are always together. Check the options sticker under your front hood.

You do realize that replacing the ABS controller requires the Durametric software. a Porsche PST2, or PIWIS tester to properly need the ABS circuit?

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you mean properly bleed the unit? is it possible to just change the electronic part or i need to change the entire abs pump with module? i can see screws beside the pump but i dont know if i can just inter change them. your input is much appreciated

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you mean properly bleed the unit? is it possible to just change the electronic part or i need to change the entire abs pump with module? i can see screws beside the pump but i dont know if i can just inter change them. your input is much appreciated

It is all one unit.

I suggest you take the car to a good Porsche shop.

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i would if i could loren but the problem here in the Philippines is that its very limited. we have a dealer here but they dont accept cars that are not bought out of there showroom. the shop i went to has the PIWIS is there a thread here that has instructions on how to properly bleed the system using PIWIS or only accredited porsche shops has that? i dont want to burn all that money because its very expensive here for some service. I understand what you are suggesting but im just hoping that with the experience of experts like you i can work hand in hand with the mechs of the shop that has the PIWIS. (if ever they dont know the proper procedure). again thanks for your advice loren.

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1. Bleed brakes as normal first.

2. Open the right rear brake bleeder valve.

3. Use the PST2 or PIWIS tester to turn on the ABS bleed pump.

4. Wait for bubbles to stop coming out of the right rear bleeder valve.

5. Close the valve.

6. Turn off the ABS bleed pump with the PST2 or PIWIS tester.

7. Check the brake fluid level and top off if needed.

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hi loren,

this is what i saw in the hood on the options c08, 139 , 249, 288, 340,432, 476, 502, 551, 584, 604, and mu vin number is wpozzz98z1u642866, can you pls help me to determine if i have the traction control? im just confused on the abs module, i am about to order the part, the only thing i notice is that in the dash i have the button that says psm off with the light beside it. thanks bud

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  • 3 weeks later...

hi loren,

finally installed the part.

1. take out plastic cover inside the bonnet beside the abs pump unit.

2. unscrew the abs module (bosch part) from the source unit (imported part)

3. detached the broken abs module part,

4. installed new module.

5. start the car and erase fault codes.

6. test drive the car.

all is back to normal.

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