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1995 s4 ABS control unit (ecu) required


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My ABS / ECU needs replacing (garage have done this with one from another customer car and proven that mine has failed). Knowing that many on here have replaced/ deleted their  ABS system I am just wondering if anyone has an old ABS ECU in their box of old bits?

or

does anyone know of a breakers with Esprits that I can talk to?

 

cheers

Geoff

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Unless it's part of a Delco-Moraine brake system, in which case it should be exorcised and ritually burned.

Yep, I've still got the original ABS ECU. Same as @Chillidoggy, PM me if you're interested. I've no idea of the going rate for this unit, so please feel free to make me a ridiculous offer  

I have no doubt that the Delco can't keep up on the technical point of view, don't worry ^^ It's just that it's original and as such has a certain value.

(in my opinion it would be better not to bin anything when possible, as the community might need the parts? Especially these kind of things which are "a bit" hard to replicate)

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Joke apart, I have no doubt your kit has a better feeling and is reliable but some people like to keep their car original so what is rubbish for you might be valuable for others 😅 (even if it's not the best from a functionality point of view)

As for me I am on the edge, if I can make it work like it should I will keep mine (I now have 9-11 pedal press before the pumps starts — a loss of ~50 psi per press, so it looks promising. It has been very bad since I bought the car, we'll see to what extend my recent refurbishment changes that)

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5 minutes ago, Giniw said:

Joke apart, I have no doubt your kit has a better feeling and is reliable but some people like to keep their car original so what is rubbish for you might be valuable for others 😅 (even if it's not the best from a functionality point of view)

As for me I am on the edge, if I can make it work like it should I will keep mine (I now have 9-11 pedal press before the pumps starts — a loss of ~50 psi per press, so it looks promising. It has been very bad since I bought the car, we'll see to what extend my recent refurbishment changes that)


If you’ve tried a conversion, you won’t want go back to the Delco.

Margate Exotics.

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