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    ABS early style control module for R12RT

    Anyone know where I can find a used ABS control module for a 2006 R12RT?
    Thanks Tim 208 755 6702.. garbtim@msn.com

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    Give Beemer Boneyard a try.

    https://www.beemerboneyard.com
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    Welcome to the forum
    Your 2006 is considered a Hexhead here and I will slide it over there soon . No biggie

    Sorry you are having to source a unit. Hard to find, EBay may be better as Boneyard seems to get fewer opportunities on sourcing parts , most likely since Ebay I suppose.

    Only downside is it is a 10 year+ used part and may not be 100% as well, it's a roll of the dice.
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    Perhaps it is a candidate for a rebuild. These guys may be able to help.

    https://modulemaster.com/rebuilds/
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    Abs

    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    Give Beemer Boneyard a try.

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Welcome to the forum
    Your 2006 is considered a Hexhead here and I will slide it over there soon . No biggie

    Sorry you are having to source a unit. Hard to find, EBay may be better as Boneyard seems to get fewer opportunities on sourcing parts , most likely since Ebay I suppose.

    Only downside is it is a 10 year+ used part and may not be 100% as well, it's a roll of the dice.
    Thanks

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    Abs

    Quote Originally Posted by TimGarb View Post
    Thanks
    I'm told I have an early iteration of this ABS control module which makes it harder to find. I can supply the VIN # if that makes a difference.

    Tim

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    The 2006 has Wizzy brakes correct? https://modulemaster.com/rebuilds/ This company rebuilds ABS units, I was told they had parts on the way to fix your unit but the web sites says its still under development I would reach out them and ask.

    Jay

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    Last check had some issues with proprietary parts...lot of folks hoping they get that addressed . Have used them on the next generation units with great success
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