What is a Kelsey Hayes ABS module?

KELSEY-HAYES 4WAL ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC CONTROL UNIT (EHCU) The EHCU contains six ABS solenoid valves, an isolation valve and a modulation valve for each of the three individual brake circuits. The EHCU also has a single pump motor that drives two separate pumps (one for the front brakes and the other for the rear brakes).

How do you bleed air out of Kelsey Hayes ABS module?

Turn the ignition on and start the engine. Press down firmly on the brake pedal several times. If the pedal does not feel firm, turn the engine off, pump the pedal to relieve residual pressure in the system, and bleed each of the four brakes as before to get rid of any air in the system.

How do you bleed ABS module without scan tool?

  1. Step 1: Get Ready. To begin, park the vehicle on a level surface with adequate lighting and ventilation.
  2. Step 2: Take Off The Wheels.
  3. Step 3: Remove The Brake Fluid.
  4. Step 4: Identify The Brake Bleeder Screw.
  5. Step 5: Refill The Cylinder And Tighten The Bleeder Screw.
  6. Step 6: Look For Leaks.
  7. Step 7: Reassemble The Components.

Can a ABS module be repaired?

While an ABS/EBCM anti-lock control module repair may appear to be a daunting and overwhelming task, when you trust the ABS control module experts at MyAirbags, repairs are fast and easy. Remove the ABS fuse to prevent the ABS motor from burning out, and then send the module to MyAirbags.

What is an ABS module?

The ABS control module is a microprocessor that runs diagnostic checks of a vehicle’s antilock braking system and processes information from wheel-speed sensors and the hydraulic brake system to determine when to release braking pressure at a wheel that’s about to lock up and start skidding.

Is there a bleeder on the ABS module?

In general, whenever you are bleeding an ABS-equipped vehicle you can do so exactly as you would any other vehicle – stroke the pedal to pressurize the system, open a bleeder, close the same bleeder, and repeat. This does not change whether you are pressure-bleeding, vacuum-bleeding, or manual-bleeding.

How do you reset ABS light without scan tool?

Step One: Disconnect the positive cable from your car battery. Then, hold down the brake pedal to drain the vehicle’s electrical system. This will result in a reset of the car’s central computer. Plug the cable back in to restore power.

How much does it cost to bleed ABS module?

Ans: The cost for this may be ranging from 340$ to 1,100$ depending on the kind of fixing that will be carried out on the ABS module and the labor costs.

Do you bleed ABS brakes with engine running?

Factory bleeding procedures for the ABS system and for brake fluid replacement both require the motor to be run at specific points in the bleeding procedure. The can be done by starting the engine and letting it run for a minute or so, or by hooking up a computer to the car and commanding the motor to run.