Our Simple 4 Step Process

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    Book a repair online or by phone

  • 2 DHL deliver us your part

    DHL deliver us your part

  • 3 We'll repair the part for you

    We'll repair the part for you

  • 4 We return the fixed part to you

    We return the fixed part to you

Our Simple 4 Step Process

Audi ABS Modules

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Our Simple 4 Step Process

1. Book a repair online or by phone
2. DHL deliver us your part
3. We'll repair the part for you
4. We return the fixed part to you

Experts In Audi Abs Pump

Do you own a car, van, or truck with a malfunctioning ABS pump? You can now easily schedule an online repair appointment or reach out to us at 0116 276 7054. We specialise in Audi ABS pump repair and are here to assist you.

Common ABS Pump Malfunctions and Failures

ABS Warning Light

ABS Warning Light The most common indicator of an ABS pump issue is the illumination of the ABS warning light on the dashboard. This light can signify a range of problems within the ABS system, including issues with the pump.

Loss of ABS Functionality

Loss of ABS Functionality If the ABS pump fails, the system may no longer function as intended. In such cases, the vehicle’s ABS system may not engage during hard braking, increasing the risk of wheel lock-up and skidding.

ABS Pump Motor Failure

ABS Pump Motor Failure The ABS pump contains a motor that pressurizes the brake fluid to control braking pressure. Motor failure can result from wear and tear or electrical issues, leading to reduced or complete loss of ABS functionality.

Faulty Pressure Sensors

Faulty Pressure Sensors Pressure sensors within the ABS pump monitor brake fluid pressure in each wheel. If these sensors fail or send incorrect signals, the ABS system may not work correctly, causing erratic braking behavior.

Damaged or Leaking Hydraulic Valves

Damaged or Leaking Hydraulic Valves The ABS pump contains various hydraulic valves that control the flow of brake fluid to individual wheels. Damaged or leaking valves can disrupt the operation of the ABS system.

Electrical and Wiring Issues

Electrical and Wiring Issues Faulty wiring, connectors, or electrical components can lead to ABS pump malfunctions. Corrosion or damage to the wiring harnesses can interrupt communication between the ABS pump and the vehicle’s control unit.

ABS Pump Accumulator Failure

ABS Pump Accumulator Failure Some ABS pumps have an accumulator that stores pressurized brake fluid for rapid response during ABS activation. If the accumulator fails, it can lead to slower or less effective ABS system operation.

Mechanical Damage

Mechanical Damage Physical damage to the ABS pump, such as impact from road debris or accidents, can cause internal damage or leaks.

ABS Pump Motor Relay Failure

ABS Pump Motor Relay Failure The ABS pump is often controlled by a relay. If the relay fails, it can prevent the pump motor from operating, resulting in ABS system failure.

Corrosion and Contamination

Corrosion and Contamination Over time, brake fluid can become contaminated with moisture, leading to corrosion within the ABS pump. This corrosion can hinder the pump’s performance or lead to failure.

Software or Calibration Issues

Software or Calibration Issues Sometimes, ABS system problems can be related to software or calibration issues rather than hardware failures. Updating or recalibrating the ABS control module may resolve these issues.

If you’re looking for expert Audi ABS repair and remanufacturing, Autotronics offers a wide range of solutions to restore your faulty Audi ABS unit and ensure it functions properly.

Why Autotronics?

  • Life-time warranty: We stand by the quality of our Audi ABS repair service with a Life-time warranty.
  • Quality, long-lasting Audi ABS repair: Our repairs are of high quality, ensuring long-lasting performance.
  • Bespoke service and advice: We provide personalized service and expert advice to meet your specific needs.
  • Exclusive to dealerships and garages: Our services are designed for dealerships and garages.
  • High-quality remanufactured components: We use high-quality remanufactured components to ensure the reliability of your ABS unit.
  • Remanufacture within 48 hours: We strive to complete the remanufacturing process within 48 hours.

If you can’t find the specific part you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service team for assistance.

Modern-day Audi ABS Modules: Like most car manufacturers today, Audi sources its ABS units from major providers, Continental and Bosch. These providers offer a wide range of ABS units, including premium ones for luxury brands. Audi carefully selects ABS units for each model based on specific requirements and maintains a close relationship with Bosch, Continental, and their sub-brand, ATE.

Issues Audi drivers can face with faulty ABS units:

  • One or all four wheels locking up
  • No communication with the ABS module
  • Malfunctions on pump motors
  • Faulty brake pressure sensors
  • Fault codes

Why trust Autotronics with your Audi ABS repair?

  • Life time warranty on your Audi ABS repair unit.
  • We have 20 years of experience in the remanufacturing industry.
  • We conduct research within our own facilities to continually improve our techniques.

If you can’t find the Audi ABS repair unit you need, please reach out to our customer service team for assistance.



What is ABS?

An anti-lock braking system (ABS) is a technology designed to help cars brake more effectively and prevent wheel locking and skidding. It achieves this by applying the brake force in a pulsating manner, releasing and reapplying the brakes in small increments to prevent wheel lockup. ABS units consist of wheel speed sensors, hydraulic valves, ABS pumps, and ABS control units. Sensors at each wheel send information to the ABS control unit, which modulates braking to prevent locking.

Why should I get my Audi ABS module remanufactured rather than repaired?

Repairing only restores faulty units to their original factory condition. It doesn’t address inherent weaknesses, which can lead to the same issues recurring in the future. Repairing involves replacing faulty components with factory-condition originals. Remanufacturing, on the other hand, addresses weaknesses and ensures that the unit performs like new. It’s a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option.

Is remanufacturing good for the environment?

Yes, remanufacturing is environmentally friendly. It requires fewer raw materials than manufacturing, and it conserves energy. Remanufacturing prevents more waste from reaching landfills, making it a sustainable choice.

Where is the ABS located in the car?

ABS units consist of multiple components. Sensors are typically found in all four wheel hubs, while the ABS control unit is usually located in the engine bay, near the engine. Consult your manufacturer’s guide if you’re unsure of the exact location.

How much will an Audi ABS repair cost?

The cost depends on factors like the make and model of the ABS unit, the car’s make and model, and other specific details. To get a quote, browse our ABS units at the top of the page or use the search function to find your specific part. Once you’ve entered the necessary details, complete the order page, and we’ll provide you with a quote.

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