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    Its xmas on my dashboard

    I hit the "trifecta" tonight. DSC, ABS and Brake. First warm day of the season, as soon as the engine warmed up all the lights came on, it went away for a few seconds and came right back on. I parked for a few hours and when i drove back home the lights came on as soon as the engine got to temp.
    I'm gonna go with the rebuild option and pray its not anything fatal for the module. Hoping its not since its showing the exact heat failure symptoms that can be repaired.

    Just wanted to make sure is http://www.modulemaster.com/en/index.php the way to go?
    Looks like they charge more than others but they have better service.
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    You might want to read the codes and make sure it's not just a wheel sensor with some winter gunk in it. Failing wheel sensors also bring on the Christmas tree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemon View Post
    You might want to read the codes and make sure it's not just a wheel sensor with some winter gunk in it. Failing wheel sensors also bring on the Christmas tree.
    Yah? I thought i would lose cruise control and possibly speedo if that was the case. And it also doesn't trip all the lights till the underhood temps are up and normal

    good thing about modulemasters is they only charge you shipping to read the codes

    also to check codes for the dsc/abs i would need a special reader right? not the ses code reader?
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    Andreas
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