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Old 07-22-2012, 07:22 AM   #11
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Ok, I will take another peek at it today.
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I finally got it. I found a few ABS modulators on eBay that didn't have the bracket. The bracket makes it nearly impossible to see the line assignments, even knowing where they should have been, I could not see anything on my unit.

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Thanks for the info. I think you may be the first to have to replace all the lines at once.
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i did but did it like spark plug wires one at a time so they dont get messed up. i always replace them all because if ones bad they all are
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I tried to do them one at a time, but I couldn't pluck one out and install a new one without destroying the remaining ones or having the others get in the way.

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