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ATE MK20EI Mark 20EI BMW ABS Rebuild

  • Sale
  • Regular price $150.00


This rebuild service requires that you:

  • Verify that your module matches the product photo

    • Must have black solenoids

  • Remove your module

  • Carefully pack and ship it to us - Instructions

  • We rebuild it and ship it back to you

  • Re-install your module and get back on the road

Known issues we fix:

  • Loss of communication

  • Intermittent functionality

  • Pump motor code

What this rebuild includes:

Year/Make/Model(s) applicable:

  • 1999 BMW 323i

  • 1998 BMW Z3

  • 1999 BMW Z3

  • 2000 BMW Z3

  • 2001 BMW Z3

  • 2002 BMW Z3

  • Others may apply

Part Number(s) applicable:

  • 3451164897

  • 34516751768

  • 34516756288

  • 10.0948-0801.3

  • 10.0948-0802.3

  • 10.0948-0803.3

  • Others may apply

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
John Ayala
Great service! Great work!!

I just installed my module back in a day or two ago and it’s been operating amazingly. It took very little time to get my module back after sending it in(about a week). These guys do great work!

Richard Troncoso
BMW-OBD Scanner no longer detects ABS fault1

Sent in the ABS control unit for my 1999 BMW Z3. Module Master quickly rebuilt and returned it. ABS control unit installed and works perfectly plus the ABS dash light is finally off!

Filippo Scafidi

All worked fine when I installed my ABS module

David Wilson
This company is awesome!

My BMW needed $4,500 in repairs, according to the dealership. Module Masters saved the day with a $250 fix with a fast turnaround. Best small business on the planet!

kelly Christenson
1999 bmw z3 roadster abs module rebuild

Sent abs module off for rebuild, very seamless transaction. Received back is a few days packaged very well installed with no problems. All lights were off… plug and play. KCrepair

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