No problem, glad I can help.
As for your issue, all scanners aren't created equal, especially when it comes to foreign cars. A scanner must have the capability to read ABS codes and have the necessary software for the make and model.
If your ABS light comes on, there is most certainly a code present, or at least a history of a code. The purpose of the light is to inform the driver that the computer detects a problem and it always stores information for that problem.
If the issue goes away and isn't detected by the computer for a certain amount of drive cycles, it will erase the code.
Also, if your mechanic has the capable scanner and the know how to use it, he can perform a "Drive test" with his scanner to reproduce the faulty condition as well as monitor all the sensors in real time. He can't miss the fault then.
I suggest you keep looking for a tech who can truly perform a diagnostic check before you spend a LOT of money replacing the ABS module.
Friday, November 26th, 2010 AT 11:59 PM