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Where is the ABS ECU located on a 1992 Classic Rangie?? :huh:

I've been looking under the seat and under the drivers side of the dash and can't find anything that looks like the WABCO unit! My guess is it's under the passenger side of the dash, but thought i'd check before ripping it all out!!

Told you it was a silly question!!

TIA

Adrian

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Where is the ABS ECU located on a 1992 Classic Rangie?? :huh:

I've been looking under the seat and under the drivers side of the dash and can't find anything that looks like the WABCO unit! My guess is it's under the passenger side of the dash, but thought i'd check before ripping it all out!!

Told you it was a silly question!!

TIA

Adrian

I thought it was under the passenger seat??.... (well is on late spec ones)

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From Picture:

1. Hydraulic booster unit.

2. Power unit - hydraulic pump.

3. Accumulator.

4. Electronic control unit (ECU), relays and fuses.

5. Rear sensors/exciter rings.

6. Front sensors/exciter rings.

- ABS operation is controlled by ECU located under left hand front seat, and earthed to centre tunnel.

Ian

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Definately under the passenger seat (right hand drive vehicle). You need to take the trim panel off the front and side to get a good look. If you intend to swap out the ECU then the seat has to come off.

You will also find a blue connector in there that you will need to short out for the diagnostics.

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That's what I was after, thanks guys!

I have the picture that Porny posted up, but assumed that as the vehicle pictured is a left hand drive one, it would still be under the drivers seat on a right hand drive one!! Silly old me!!

Mo - go back to your funky tunes and shorted winch cables!! :lol: It is soft, but it comes with a newer car that is held together by more than rust and prayers!!

As always, the panel has come up trumps! Ta muchly..... :i-m_so_happy:

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