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    Abs pump coding

    Iím looking at buying a second hand abs pump and my garage have told me that I some need coding and some canít be coded, just wondering if there is anyway around knowing if itís fine to go in my car and wonít need coding as I donít just want to buy and hope for the best, cheers.
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    This garage needs to get your motor scanned (preferably with VAG-COM\VCDS) for any error codes logged in the ecu and post them, that will save a lot of guessing and check systems out and coding.
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    The part numbers must match and it is likely to need coding plus it will need a specific pressure and computer controlled bleeding process.
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    The garage have quoted me £60 to fit the pump, I canít find out the part number until they take it off as itís impossible to get to the back of it, would eBay be my best bet at getting a cheapish second hand pump and module?

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    I refuse to fit used parts like this, what is wrong with yours, Brake Pressure Sensor 1 (G201)?
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    the fault reads 01130 (ABS Not a plausible signal) and ive taken it to 2 different garages now and they have both said itís the pump and module. The first said it would cost £800 for a new part and the second said they can take it off and let me order a second hand part.

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    You need to have the power to the ABS pump checked
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