The Bosch 5.7 ABS module is found in many Audis, VWs and BMWs that were manufactured in the early 2000s. Like any other electronic auto part, the Bosch 5.7 ABS module may experience certain failures.
Unfortunately for many owners, these failures are not always covered under a recall, and can cost over $1000 to repair at a dealership. Many “mom and pop” car repair shops don’t have the technology needed to repair the faulty systems, leaving car owners with no choice but to pay the high-priced dealership fees.
At My Auto Solutions, our IPC-certified technicians can repair your ABS module in our Atlanta area facility for a fraction of what the average dealership might charge.
Vehicle Makes and Models
Although the Bosch 5.7 ABS module is primarily used in Audis, Volkswagens, and BMWs, it is also found in the following vehicle makes and models:
- Dodge Sprinter
- Ford Freestyle
- Honda Civic, Passport, and Pilot
- Jaguar X-Type
- Lincoln Town Car
- Mercedes Sprinter
- Mercury Grand Marquis and Sable
- Subaru Baja, Forester, Impreza, Legacy, and Outback
Not sure if your vehicle uses a Bosch 5.7 ABS module? Contact our team to find out!
Common Signs of Bosch 5.7 ABS Module Failure
Some of the most common signs of failure in the Bosch 5.7 ABS module include:
- ABS light is always on
- ABS light flashes intermittently
- Brake lights are always on
- Hydraulic pump error codes
If you notice any of these signs of ABS module failure, contact the team at My Auto Solutions to find out how you can send your module for repair.