The picture on the right looks like the distribution block. Althoguh it looks like it has a =n electrical connection.
If it is the distribution block, the 2 lines from the master cylinder, which you can see the brake booster in the pciture, the large round part against the firewall, and the master cylinder attaches to the front of that. So, the 2 lines from the master cylinder will go into the ABS servomotor and 2 lines will come out. The 2 lines will then go into the distribution block and 4 lines will come out, 2 for the front and 2 for the rear.
The servoe motor for the ABS should be in between the master cylinder and the distribution block.
There are some electrical connectors on the master cylinder in the picture on the right. They are either level sensors or the servomotor may be broken into 2 parts, I don't have pic infromt of me but I thoguht it was 1. The 2 parts in this case would be the same lines as I described above with the lectrical leads coming out of the Servomotor and going to the master cylinder the 2 connectors in the picture would be hooked to large motors or servos that would pump the brakes. So they would be pretty big. If they are just level sensors they will just be connected to the master cylinder with nothing in between.
I realize this is confusing. It is very hard to describe without being there. If you are still confused, you can take a picture of the master cylinder so I can see it bettter and where the 2 electrical connectors go to.
I will do my best but without being there it is tough. In the picture I was surprised how low they showed the ABS motor. It does look like you might have to get under the car to see it.
The main thing is that it will be in between the master cylinder and the distribution block as it senses the pressure of the 2 main lines and then pump the master cylinder by servos that are either on the master cylinder or in the ABS assembly, which is what it looked like as I did not see any indication of the ABS system going to the master cylinder.
I am pretty sure it would not be past the distibution block as al 4 lines would stay together and go in and out as 4 lines and it looks like the block in the right pic, each line starts heading toward the front and rear wheels as only 2 go towards the rear and 2 go towards the front.
Let me know if you need help as I am sure I wrote too much and further confused the issue. I tend to do that sometimes. It is so hard to relay in person describing this kind of stuff much less via text. I will watch for your post.
Saturday, November 19th, 2011 AT 6:53 PM