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Cadillac 2004 CTS- needs electronic brake control module replaced.. Where is this part located on the car?

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I am not sure why the brake control module was replaced but it is located in the engine compartment on the right front fender.You will have to jack the vehicle up to get to it.Just follow the brake lines.The module has to be programmed after replacement.Also the brake pedal position sensor has to be calibrated.This has to be done at the dealership.The first thing you should do is get the codes and let me know what the code is.I can get back to you and let you know what the next step you should take.Just because the light is on does not mean you have to replace the electronic control module.That is why it is important to get the codes first.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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