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How to remove the abs module on a 1999 new beetle

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SOURCE: ABS Light Stays on new brakes put on

Could be dirty abs sensors attached to your brakes. I would clean them with brake parts or elecronical cleaner.
Other possibility is a faulty ABS system.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Poor Braking power- new cylinder-new lines new ABS module -bled

i have ran into this problem , but on earlier gm products---check the local dealership or a well known mechanic shop that has all data and check for bullitains. what i had found out was there was some trucks that gm had installed the wrong power booster . not saying your booster is to blame, but may be a great place to look seeing you replaced abs modules ,master cylinder ect---hope that helped out!!

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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