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Hi. I don't think I totally understand the question. The Modulator that you are talking about should be the ABS module. It is repairable but you need to know what is wrong with it. The only way you can find that out is to have it professionally diagnosed. Unless you have the needed scan tool and necessary tools. My opinion, if the unit is original equipment. Don't try to save it, just replace it as an assembly. New motor, new solenoid block and new module. The ABS module is located under the hood, drivers side, behind the coolant overflow tank but near the brake master cylinder. Obviously I don't know what you have for books and tools. If there is more to this or you have any questions please feel free to write back.
Good Luck.

Oldsmobile Cars... | Answered 12 hours ago


the manual covers this, the IMMO is active. ?
car will not crank, is that it? it must crank to start. so cranking is 1st.
you turn the key and the IMMO LAMP must NOT be showing its blocking starts. is it
do you have full batteryvoltage. 12.6v at the battery terminals
I waited a few minutes and the dash board lights started coming
that means the battery is dead.
the dash waring lights must come on ,at key on, fast
if not we fix that first. that means power lost, 12vdc power loss.
use a voltmeter. at battery

2006 Honda Pilot | Answered 13 hours ago


Pull the dipstick and check your oil level immediately!!! Do not drive this without checking the oil level.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 13 hours ago


google it is the best bet

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago


its probably just needs an allen key or torx driver tighten it up

Subaru Cars &... | Answered 14 hours ago


your ignition coil are going bad, they need to be replaced. once the car gets hot the circuit shut down the car when hot. once they cool your riding again until they get hot. thats your problem. Good Luck

1988 Buick... | Answered 14 hours ago


This car was made with a "lifetime" air filter. It has an airflow gauge on it. See the youtube below. The secondary air pump doesn't have its own filter. It gets filtered air from the main air filter. You can't buy just the filter. You have to buy the complete air filter housing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkxN0yYmLUA

Ford Cars &... | Answered 14 hours ago


Do yourself a favor an take it to a qualified repair shop that knows how to test for spark an fuel pressure to find what's missing .

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago


The picture is serpentine belt, see where it says ac, that should be the compressor.
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AC Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago


That's a HUGE ask. Complete wiring diagram is around 50-100 pages. Read this post on where you can find diagrams
How to get car wiring diagram Ricks Free Auto Repair Advice

Audi Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago


Can you tell us the problem? Any applicable trouble codes? If you can narrow it down to one system, fuel--spark--whatever, we might be able to post diagram?
Wiring diagram for the whole vehicle is a tall order.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago


No fuse . controlled by smart junction box (body computer )

Principles of Operation
The smart junction box (SJB) monitors the headlamp switch position by sending voltage reference signals on multiple circuits to the headlamp switch. At any given time, one of the signal circuits is routed to ground. If the SJB does not detect any of the inputs to the headlamp switch is active (routed to ground) for 5 seconds, the SJB turns on the exterior lights and keeps them on for 10 minutes after the ignition switch is turned off (or 10 minutes from the time the SJB does not detect any headlamp switch input if the ignition switch was already off). If the SJB detects multiple circuits short to ground, the SJB implements a planned strategy depending on the multiple inputs received. If either of these situations occur, the SJB should NOT be ruled immediately as being at fault. This is normal behavior of the SJB design as it has detected a fault with the inputs from the headlamp switch.
When the SJB receives an input from the headlamp switch indicating a request for the parking lamps, the SJB energizes the parking lamp relay (internal to the SJB), which supplies voltage to the exterior lamps.

Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago

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