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ABS module Removal 2006 Volvo V50 non-turbo V50 2006

Help please, ABS module Removal 2006 Volvo V50 Non-Turbo VIN: YV1MW382462165273

Things I can not yet do.

- Remove the wire harness from the firewall. I can not 'free' the lever
- find a recommended company to repair the ABS controller/electronics
- determine screws that hold the hydraulics to the controller and
how to remove all from firewall.
- how do I determine whether I have DTSC on my V50? I think I don't.

I assume the harness connecter resembles the red-orange connector on the
driver side of the air box at the front of the car, that is,
there is a lever which draws in the connector or pushes it out.
I am guessing the lever pivot from the top. It will not budge.

This disconnection is a one-off, due to the 150k+ plus on the car.
I am not against, say damaging the lever and the use of silicone
or mastic to make it stay put when I am done.

As you can see in the photo I have removed the pump. I plan now to
remove the brake lines from the now visible hydraulics part after
emptying the brake fluid reservoir.

Many thanks for reading this. I would be very grateful for any advice.

Mark Barron






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    I hope your battery is disconnected!
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      ABS module Removal 2006 Volvo V50 non-turbo V50 2006

      Dear KlausC,
      I have been feeling guilty for not responding sooner.
      Thanks for your rapid reply. It was very helpful, detailed and complete. Because of your good
      advice I was able to repair the controller board, replace and restart the car. I will soon try to answer your questions and try to provide a good procedure for removal of the ABS Pump assembly for other V50 owners. It may take me awhile.

      The youtube video that showed me how to repair the board, (hopefully it works) is below. I will supply the video Title and url. Commenters say that that the poster's method works!

      "How to fix newer Volvo ABS module"
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIhaL-Dxtog

      The above video has sound but the poster says not a word. I watched it and said to my self, he says nothing and he does 'nothing' how can I believe that this will work. Then I read the viewer comments and decided to buy in. I look with a lupe and the pins that stick through the circuit board have straight narrow tips, but below where the pins pass through the board, they bifurcate so as to contact twice the metal ring they pass through!

      I am grateful to you for your help for this and numerous prior volvo problems that I have had.

      Mark Barron





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    ABS module Removal 2006 Volvo V50 non-turbo V50 2006

    You never gave a reason for the brake module removal. What is the error message?

    If your car has DTSC, there will be a button for it on the dash (on or off).

    Nothing should be attached to the firewall. The wiring harness for the brake pressure controller has a cover that gets pried up, not off, and has 3 fragile plastic clips.

    Xemodex.com may be able to help with the electronics. If the error is due to the pressure switch, you might want to find a replacement at a salvage yard to play with.

    I found a video on youtube with a solution for a pressure switch:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtuSNSeUvGY

    For removal:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Scn67edNUQQ
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