READ INSTRUCTIONS FIRST PLEASE !!!!!!!
always take care in what you do , and make sure you know what you are doing whenever working on your cars brake system . read more below .......(BEFORE you start repairing )
this is only here to save you from paying huge bills for parts you do not need and wich can easily be repaired with litlle or no cost .
DO NOT TRY TO REPAIR YOU MODULE UNLESS YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE DOING !!!!
ALL AT YOUR OWN RISK !!!! (it isn't really that hard )
this is a little vid wich shows you how to repair the ATE abs module .
it's a simple repair which can be done without bleeding brakes or anything .
first you should remove the module from your car .
the module is bolted to the underside of the pump unit with 4 E5 little screws .
i used a small 4mm hex socket to remove this 4 screws .
the next step is to get the module open .
it might look easy with the clips on the side of the module , but they glued it together so you have to saw it open .
i used a litlle hacksaw , and sawd carefully along the edge of the cover .
you have to start sawing slightly higher than the steel bushings .
DON'T go to deep !!!! you'll damage everything !
when you are so lucky to get it open , go to the corner i point out in the video .
this is the corner where the pump connector is .
the problem is the positive pump terminal .
you should remove the silicone layer very carefull.
don't make any scratches or damage any component .
after you succesfully removed the silicone layer , you should clean the board a litlle to make sure your new solder properly connects to the board.
after you did this you can seal the module back together (or carefuly test it first )
i used ordinary household silicone to glue it shut .
this repair goes for all jeep grand cherokee vehicles from years 1995/6/7/8 with an ATE abs module .
the module number is 56027931
there are lots more modules with this problem but i don't know mumbers of that ones (post them in the comments please )
this also goes for jaquar cars volvos bmw and other cars and traction control systems on volvo !
you might wanna inspect al other solder points as well !
please comment if this worked for you .
feel free to ask any question about this repair.
no one can take any rights from this vid or sue me for anything .