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Old 31 May 2007, 05:23 pm
silveragemarvel
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Default abs light issue

The abs light on my 97 Acura 3.0 CL sometimes will stay on. So, I
had
dealer run diagnostic and they said it was a leak between the
accumulator
and modulator. I am an old time mechanic and hot rodder that's done a
lot
of engine/transmission and suspension work in my time but I have not
worked
on abs systems. I did some research on google and found that there is
an
O-ring between the accumulator and modulator. I would like to replace
this
part. How difficult is this work? Are there any special tools
needed?
Thank you.

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Old 31 May 2007, 11:53 pm
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Default Re: abs light issue

silveragemarvel wrote:
> The abs light on my 97 Acura 3.0 CL sometimes will stay on. So, I
> had
> dealer run diagnostic and they said it was a leak between the
> accumulator
> and modulator. I am an old time mechanic and hot rodder that's done a
> lot
> of engine/transmission and suspension work in my time but I have not
> worked
> on abs systems. I did some research on google and found that there is
> an
> O-ring between the accumulator and modulator. I would like to replace
> this
> part. How difficult is this work? Are there any special tools
> needed?
> Thank you.
>

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You need to tell us the actual CODES from the work order. All else is
speculation. The interpretation isn't what you paid for.

'Curly'
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Old 11 Jun 2007, 05:44 pm
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Default Re: abs light issue

On May 31, 9:53 pm, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
> silveragemarvel wrote:
> > Theabslighton my 97 Acura 3.0 CL sometimes will stay on. So, I
> > had
> > dealer run diagnostic and they said it was a leak between the
> > accumulator
> > and modulator. I am an old time mechanic and hot rodder that's done a
> > lot
> > of engine/transmission and suspension work in my time but I have not
> > worked
> > onabssystems. I did some research on google and found that there is
> > an
> > O-ring between the accumulator and modulator. I would like to replace
> > this
> > part. How difficult is this work? Are there any special tools
> > needed?
> > Thank you.

>
> ---------------------------------
>
> You need to tell us the actual CODES from the work order. All else is
> speculation. The interpretation isn't what you paid for.
>
> 'Curly'- Hide quoted text -
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The diagnotic trouble code is 1-8. Could this be an abs sensor code
and not a high pressure code. Thank you.

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Old 18 Jun 2007, 10:38 am
Lexus Lover
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Default Re: abs light issue

Try this site - I used him on my 1998 Volvo and it was fast, cheap,
and effective...

http://myworld.ebay.com/bba-remaninc/

If this guy doesn't fix Acura ABS someone iwll. Usually it is a
heatsink that needs to be resoldered on the module?

Also, you can ask this guy questions...

Good Luck, Darren

On Mon, 11 Jun 2007 15:44:19 -0700, silveragemarvel
<spgdxl@berkeley.edu> wrote:

>On May 31, 9:53 pm, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
>> silveragemarvel wrote:
>> > Theabslighton my 97 Acura 3.0 CL sometimes will stay on. So, I
>> > had
>> > dealer run diagnostic and they said it was a leak between the
>> > accumulator
>> > and modulator. I am an old time mechanic and hot rodder that's done a
>> > lot
>> > of engine/transmission and suspension work in my time but I have not
>> > worked
>> > onabssystems. I did some research on google and found that there is
>> > an
>> > O-ring between the accumulator and modulator. I would like to replace
>> > this
>> > part. How difficult is this work? Are there any special tools
>> > needed?
>> > Thank you.

>>
>> ---------------------------------
>>
>> You need to tell us the actual CODES from the work order. All else is
>> speculation. The interpretation isn't what you paid for.
>>
>> 'Curly'- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -

>
>The diagnotic trouble code is 1-8. Could this be an abs sensor code
>and not a high pressure code. Thank you.

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