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Old 14th December 2017, 07:02 AM
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If you end up changing the ABS unit (like I have) then make sure you get a "matching pair" ie the ECU and ABS part its bolted to come off the same car and have matching HW and SW numbers to your old unit. ALso to warn you, if you change it then you will always get a scanned fault code regarding the change when you run a scan - the only way to avoid this is to fit a brand new ABS module/unit and then it codes clear from new by Audi. But a second hand unit thats all working fine should cure the warnings coming up if its the old unit at fault
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