Please note we will be closed May 27-30 for Memorial Day. Rebuilds received during this time may be delayed.

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If your ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) light is on, or you're having other issues, you may need to have the ABS module rebuilt or replaced. To find out more about if you can replace your module, check out this article.  Part numbers are a useful way to identify either a rebuild service or the correct replacement module. Various ABS module brands and models have part numbers in different places, and there are often multiple numbers where they are located. Bosch modules generally have part numbers on a white sticker on the side of the module. Depending on the make and model...

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We're looking forward to some much needed time off to celebrate the holidays with our friends and families. Please note that any items received during this time off will be rebuilt in the order received once we return on January 3rd. Rebuilds received during or after this closure may be delayed. Our online store will still be available 24/7.  If you would like your item shipped back to you before our Holiday Break we must receive it by 12/16/2021 (for 5 day rebuilds) or 12/21/2021 (for 2 day rebuilds). 

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If your ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) light is on, or you're having other issues, you may need to have the ABS module rebuilt or replaced. To find out more about if you can replace your module, check out this article.  Part numbers are a useful way to identify either a rebuild service or the correct replacement module. Various ABS module brands and models have part numbers in different places, and there are often multiple numbers where they are located. ATE modules generally have part numbers on the module lids (either on the plastic itself or printed onto a white sticker),...

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When your ABS module is failing there are a few options to fix the problem. The original module may be repairable, a new module may be sourced through a dealership, or a replacement module may be sourced online or from a junkyard. We'll explore the pros and cons of each option below, so that you can make the best decision for your vehicle. We highly recommend consulting a trusted, experienced mechanic. Buying a module from a dealership The easiest thing to do if you want a brand new ABS module is to take your vehicle to a dealership. They can tell...

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If the ABS light is on in your Dodge Ram 3500, that means the Anti-Lock Braking System is not functioning. A trusted mechanic will be able to pull diagnostic trouble codes for the vehicle, and to inspect the various parts in the system. Some common reasons your ABS light would come on are a blown fuse for the system, broken or dirty wheel speed sensors, low brake fluid, or the ABS control module not working. These are explained in detail in our post Why is your ABS light on. While any mechanic can fix issues with fuses, wheel speed sensors, or brake fluid levels, a...

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