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2002 VW POLO, 1.4 PETROL, ABS FAULT (fixed)

Posted By simon.T 5/29/2009 11:53:00 AM
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ABS light is on intermittantly, but quite regularly

code is 01276 (pump motor circuit malfunction)

it has power at terminals 1 and 32, earths at terminals 16 and 47 and has ignition live at terminal 4

is this likely to be the pump?  any further tests i can do? 

thanks

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It's always worth cleaning the fuses on the battery plate when you get this code.

Failed solder joints in the ABS module aren't unknown either.

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Remove the strip fuse on top of the battery and check to make sure it is not cracked.



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ok i'll check those things, thanks for the help
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looks like this should be sorted, there was a crack in the fuse..

does this feed anything else?  as the car also has intermittant problems with a/c and heating

thanks again. Smile


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