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Thread: 2005 Durango ABS Control Module Fits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cable Bob View Post
    This is probably a newb question but if you remove that module can you still drive while the module sent off to be rebuilt? It's not working any way so it shouldn't matter, but have to ask.

    Start reading posts #62 - 77
    http://www.vehicross.info/forums/sho...ght=ABS&page=2


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    Exclamation link

    Looks like it's gone. Does anyone knows other source?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron234 View Post
    Looks like it's gone. Does anyone knows other source?
    They've been very cooperative. Just contact and tell them you're part of the same "Isuzu group with a Vehicross" and want to get the ABS rebuilt for the same price of around $69.99.

    I know they did it for somebody else in the past. He told me they don't care if it says Trooper, they definitely can do the VX unit.

    Here's their website:
    http://www.autoecu.com
    1-866-983-6688

    EMAIL:
    tech@autoecu.com

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    VX KAT,
    Question: I just got VX a week ago and besides torn outer boots on both sides and leaks all over(cannot lower driver window also), I got ABS light on. How can you check if it's sensors or ABS unit?
    Another q: I will replace timing belt(no history on VX), what is the better timing belt kit you would recommend? (I found TKH012 on Rock Auto for $204, but not sure if it has Japanese/Korean part (not Chinese).

    Thank you

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    Rockauto is a great place for parts. I always get great deals there. Always look for the Hearts at end of description for parts. usually the most ordered.

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    Thank you jmayer40!
    Another question: would ABS speed sensor from Trooper will fit/work for VX?
    http://www.2040-parts.com/new-left-f...23081-i448432/
    Speed sensor part number is exact. 8971323081 - Speed sensor

    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron234 View Post
    VX KAT,
    Question: I just got VX a week ago and besides torn outer boots on both sides and leaks all over(cannot lower driver window also), I got ABS light on. How can you check if it's sensors or ABS unit?
    Another q: I will replace timing belt(no history on VX), what is the better timing belt kit you would recommend? (I found TKH012 on Rock Auto for $204, but not sure if it has Japanese/Korean part (not Chinese).

    Thank you
    Get a code reader like ScanGaugeII (about $100+ or so) it will tell you if code is ABS sensor. I know most owners had ABS light go off after fixing the ABS module.

    Save you a ton of time, this post gives all OBDII codes:
    http://www.vehicross.info/modules.ph...warticle&id=39

    Def read this thread about changing CV boots and trashing the ABS sensor in the process:
    http://vehicross.info/forums/showpos...4&postcount=10

    http://vehicross.info/forums/showthr...threadid=20650

    Yes, ABS sensor from a Trooper will fit VX. I got my sensor from a '98 Trooper.

    I didn't have to do my TB, but I recall reading several people were happy with a TB kit on ebay. I know "PK" got a kit and was very happy with quality....Here's the thread on it: SEE POST #5
    http://www.vehicross.info/forums/sho...432#post296432


    Here's a FANTASTIC thread by Bart, step-by-step How To to change TB:
    http://www.vehicross.info/forums/sho...ghlight=timing


    Thread on some tips to avoid when changing TB:
    http://www.vehicross.info/forums/sho...t=grill+insert

  8. #128
    Thank you, VX KAT
    I will try slowly to restore VX (doing for my wife). I want her to have good car.

    Ron

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    Ron

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    Upper/lower ball joint is Moog, so is tie rod (still to be replaced)
    More to follow.
    Do I need to go to different thread?
    Ron

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    Since all the old links are dead, and I came across this thread, thought I'd attach it.
    "How To" REMOVE/REPLACE ABS MODULE written up by etlsport.

    http://www.vehicross.info/showthread...the-ABS-module

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    Just thought I'd touch on this as it's been a bit. My ABS light was on for years, and I found this thread, and purchased the Dodge Durango unit. Following along with this thread:

    http://www.vehicross.info/showthread...-FIX-described

    I simply separated the 2 halves, and swapped the black part with all the internals. I didn't spray anything, clean anything, etc. Just carefully straight swapped the pieces, and the ABS light immediately went off, and has been off for over 10K miles. The great part is that you can maneuver the entire unit upwards so that you don't have to disconnect the brake lines.

    Cheers!

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    Thanks for the update. I had mine rebuilt with the same results. I found that you can drive the VX with the module removed and everything still worked fine for me.
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