Volvo Brake Control module repair
Is your Volvo ABS Light On?
Repair service for ABS ECU/Brake control Module found on several Volvo models.
Repairs are usually completed within 24hrs.
Next day postage service
Some of the Part numbers we can repair include, but not limited to:
Some of the other services we offer are linked below:
What is a Brake Control Module?
The ABS control module is a microprocessor that runs diagnostic checks of a vehicle’s antilock braking system and processes information from wheel-speed sensors and the hydraulic brake system to determine when to release braking pressure at a wheel that’s about to lock up and start skidding.
What are the symptoms of a faulty brake control module?
A dashboard ABS warning light is supposed to come on for a few seconds every time a vehicle is started, but if it comes on while driving it signals that the control module has conked out, a wheel sensor has failed or another problem has developed. On many vehicles, the brakes should still operate normally when the warning light is on, but the antilock function won’t work. On some vehicles, though, braking ability will be reduced if the antilock system malfunctions, and stability control and traction control (on vehicles with those features) might also be disabled. An ABS warning light usually triggers a trouble code that can be read with a diagnostic tool to help mechanics pinpoint the problem.
What is a BCM on a Volvo?
A BCM on a Volvo may refer to 2 different electronic modules with similar abbreviations. BCM for the purposes of this ad refers to the Brake control module and not the “Body Control Module”
Volvo ABS module repair service in Sleaford, Lincolnshire or by post.