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WTB - ABS Control Module

Ed's TDI

Top Post Dawg
Joined
Jan 30, 2001
Location
Victoria, BC, Canada
TDI
'01 Bora and '97 A4 1.8T Quattro (future TDI conversion maybe?)
I know this probably isn't the best place to post but I'm hoping someone here will be able to help me locate the part I need. I'm looking for an ABS Control Module for my '97 Audi A4 1.8T Quattro. The CM bit the dust and the ABS warning light is on fulltime, not to mention that VCDS is unable to connect to the CM.

It's not a huge deal to drive without it but I'd feel a lot better knowing my ABS worked, especially once it snows!

Edit - Part number 9E0 998 375
 
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Jim Stapleton

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Joined
May 17, 2007
Location
Seattle, WA
TDI
1997 Passat Wagon TDI GLX
Abs

Don't know if it will work - please check, as I've got one from a 1997 Passat Wagon GLX that had ABS, etc.

Jim
425-214-4079
 

Ed's TDI

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Victoria, BC, Canada
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'01 Bora and '97 A4 1.8T Quattro (future TDI conversion maybe?)
Thanks for the reply, Jim. Any chance you can shoot me the part number and I'll do some investigating to find out. Cheers!
 

Genos

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Joined
Aug 1, 2010
Location
Spanaway WA usa
TDI
1997 Jetta TDI
We have them rebuilt by a place on the East coast,we pull off module,ship & get rebuilt unit back in about 5 days. Plus you can still drive w/module off. I'll check on their address.
 

JFettig

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Aug 18, 2010
Location
Blaine, MN
TDI
B5 Passat, 2010 Jetta
I might have one for you, I have a 99 Passat with an AHA V6 in it that is nearly completely stripped and I haven't touched that yet. Let me know if it works for you and we can work out a price.
 

whitedog

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Joined
Jul 12, 2004
Location
Bend, Oregon
TDI
2004 Jetta that I fill by myself
Ed, did you catch the updated Module Master website? They are in Idaho and we have used them before. If you can't give them a call, let me know and I'll ring them up for you.
 

Ed's TDI

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Joined
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Location
Victoria, BC, Canada
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'01 Bora and '97 A4 1.8T Quattro (future TDI conversion maybe?)
I checked the site and tried to see if my car's module was repairable but it only goes back to '98. Also the site has a search by module option but doesn't go by part number. I'll call on Monday and get more info. Thanks.
 

whitedog

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Location
Bend, Oregon
TDI
2004 Jetta that I fill by myself
Yeah, after I posted, I searched as well and noticed that. When I called, I talked to a lady that had all of the questions and answers including how to R&R the module for shipping. And like mentioned, you can still drive the car since you just send in the electronic part.
 

JFettig

Vendor
Joined
Aug 18, 2010
Location
Blaine, MN
TDI
B5 Passat, 2010 Jetta
I just pulled the one I have, I don't see a VAG# on it but the bosch PN is 0 273 004 135
It is on the bottom side, under the large connector, near the small connector.

Jon
 

migbro

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Joined
May 19, 2010
Location
Lincoln, Mass.
TDI
2003 Golf GL
Xemodex

I know this probably isn't the best place to post but I'm hoping someone here will be able to help me locate the part I need. I'm looking for an ABS Control Module for my '97 Audi A4 1.8T Quattro. The CM bit the dust and the ABS warning light is on fulltime, not to mention that VCDS is unable to connect to the CM.

It's not a huge deal to drive without it but I'd feel a lot better knowing my ABS worked, especially once it snows!

Edit - Part number 9E0 998 375
I've recently discovered a Canadian company, Xemodex, that sells upgraded OEM control modules for Audi and VW among others. It might be worth giving them a call to see if they can repair your module.
 

Ed's TDI

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Victoria, BC, Canada
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'01 Bora and '97 A4 1.8T Quattro (future TDI conversion maybe?)
I've recently discovered a Canadian company, Xemodex, that sells upgraded OEM control modules for Audi and VW among others. It might be worth giving them a call to see if they can repair your module.
Cheers migbro, I'll check into it. Not really in any hurry as the car is still driveable and we haven't had any sign on snow just yet so I don't really miss the ABS ... yet! :D
 
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