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05-22-2014 04:05 PM
bergie This still may be related to your wheel speed sensor's. Have someone with a tech II run them to see if you are getting feedback from both front and rear's.
12-10-2013 04:50 AM
Mike Brennan If you are talking about your ABS module it is plug and play. Most of us send them to BBA Reman in the UK or US. Lifetime warranty. If you have replaced it with no change then that is not your problem. It could be a simple as a relay or a fuse. Here is a link to everything you might need to know.http://saabworld.net/f9/traction-con...ionally-28959/
12-09-2013 01:39 PM
86SPG
02 9-5 abs/esp issue

Ok, I've got an 02 9-5 that I've been having a feud with since getting it about a year ago. The whole warning light sequence for the abs/esp is constantly on. Warning triangle, brake, abs, and TCS lights. The speedometer has always worked. Its on its 3rd module right now (infamous 514 unit). Its going in Wednesday to see if I can get the module calibrated to the car, but I was wondering (because I've heard both) if it was normal for ALL the lights to stay on after a module replacement, or if only the TCS light should be on (because the esp needs to be calibrated). I really don't care if the esp works, but abs and ebd would be nice since this thing is very tail happy under braking with the abs disabled.

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