You’ve sent your ABS module into MASrepair.com, but you’re curious as to what exactly we’re doing to fix your faulty part. To make sure you understand our repair process completely, here’s a breakdown of how the ABS module rebuild process works.
Step 1: Deep Cleaning
Your ABS module has been hard at work inside your vehicle, so the first thing we do when we receive your module is to give it a thorough cleaning. This cleaning usually includes an abrasive blasting from a bead blaster to get rid of all dirt and grime.
Step 2: Open the Module
This step is essential because without it, we couldn’t fix your vehicle part! We use time-tested and custom equipment to carefully open the welded parts, all while keeping the vital computer electronics inside safe.
Step 3: Identify the Issue and Repair
This is where we get down to the nitty-gritty of what’s causing your ABS module issues. We check the electronics, and troubleshoot until we identify the failure. Once we identify the issue, we repair the faulty electronics.
Step 4: Maintenance and Engineering
During this step, we work to prevent further issues by replacing the parts that tend to cause the problems with premium components, which are often better than the original dealer parts. Then, we re-engineer the electronics and components so that they’ll outlast even a brand new ABS module.
Step 5: Testing
An extremely important part of the repair process, this is the step where we make sure you can safely drive with your new ABS module. Our team of IPC-certified technicians performs multiple tests because your safety is our first priority.
Step 6: Send the ABS Module Back
After we’ve finished repairing your ABS module, we’ll package it carefully so that no damage occurs in the shipping process, and you’ll have your module back in your vehicle in no time.
Trust MASrepair.com for Your ABS Module Repairs
The IPC-certified technicians at MASrepair.com are ready to take your faulty ABS modules and make them better than new!
Just send in your faulty module to our Buford facility, and we’ll have it repaired and on its way back to you within 24 hours. To start your ABS module repair today, call MASrepair.com at 678-778-8890 or contact us online.