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Old 06-26-2017, 03:35 AM
Altima_M Altima_M is offline
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Default ABS power module changed and still same issue

Hello,

I had an issue with my rear ABS sensors, the wires were corroded and not working. I changed both ABS rear sensors, cleared codes and dove vehicle. It drove about 50' the lights went out then.. all lights came on (ABS, VDC, parking light, key, no speedo...etc.) Some forms said the ABS power module was bad or the wheel bearings where not getting a good signal. I took both rea wheel bearings apart and cleaned and used dielectric grease on all components. Still did not fix the problem.
I proceeded to pick up a used ABS power module specifically for my vehicle. I changed out the ABS power module, disconnected the battery to Clear ECM and started it up. The lights were all on but, the speedo was working.. I drove 50' and all lights went out.. it worked!!! I drove about mile down the road and went to turn around a boom all lights came on and no speedo again.

Can someone please help!!!
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