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I can't find the abs compueter in my 1998 VR6 Golf.

I've looked under the front seats, under the back seat, in the dash (couldn't see behine the middle vent section though), in the area where the windscreen motor is (there is one computer there but I think it is the engine mangement system), near the cruise control computer. Plese help me! Thanks, Trevor

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