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      03-25-2018, 11:35 PM   #1
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Where to get my ABS pump fixed in Melbourne?

My ABS lights have started coming on and the codes indicate my DSC pump is on the way out.
Can someone recommend the best way to get this fixed in Melbourne?
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      03-25-2018, 11:52 PM   #2
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Depends on where you are located
Id get a quote first and see who is cheapest
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      03-26-2018, 04:07 AM   #3
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      03-27-2018, 07:56 AM   #5
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My ABS lights have started coming on and the codes indicate my DSC pump is on the way out.
Can someone recommend the best way to get this fixed in Melbourne?
Are you sure it was the DSC pump faulty? Have you tried to feed 12v to the pump see whether it runs? There's a possibility that the ABS module is the culprit.
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      03-27-2018, 06:04 PM   #6
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Don't know for sure as the module is still in the car. The ABS motor seems the mostly common issue from my research and it corresponds with the fault codes.
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      03-28-2018, 04:35 AM   #7
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You can find them easily at a wrecking yard for a fraction of the new price. Make sure that if you get one that matches your part number. The ones from overseas LHD have a slightly different DSC module and aren't compatible.
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      03-28-2018, 09:08 PM   #8
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Thanks. I live in Glen Waverley.
I've found a guy on Ebay who does rebuilds for about $400 which may be my best option as it should be basically a permanent fix compared to the temporary fix that a used part would give. I'd have to do the removal work myself but it seems DIY do-able.
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      03-28-2018, 11:21 PM   #9
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Thanks. I live in Glen Waverley.
I've found a guy on Ebay who does rebuilds for about $400 which may be my best option as it should be basically a permanent fix compared to the temporary fix that a used part would give. I'd have to do the removal work myself but it seems DIY do-able.
what other errors did you get on the dash? have you tested the DSC pump yet?
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      03-28-2018, 11:23 PM   #10
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      03-31-2018, 08:31 AM   #11
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$4k from stealers in WA last time i checked.

I've been driving my car without abs/dsc for 2 years now lol

What error codes are you getting?
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      04-04-2018, 02:56 AM   #12
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Yep BMW quoted $4k here in Victoria too. Independents about $1000-$1500 so I'm really attempted to give it a shot myself and get it rebuilt for under $500.
Codes are 005DF0 AND 005DF1.
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Yep BMW quoted $4k here in Victoria too. Independents about $1000-$1500 so I'm really attempted to give it a shot myself and get it rebuilt for under $500.
Codes are 005DF0 AND 005DF1.
$4K vs $500 i know what i'd do
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Guys,

From my experience, I have seen so many repaired pumps fail again I would almost say they all will. Obviously I don't know every repair method out there and I'm sure there is a difference on who repairs them.

Having said that, genuine second hand is always best imho and of course we can supply them with a warranty etc.

Installation time is minor. Top tip, with the dsc unit out, it's the perfect time to run a bunch of spare wires from your engine bay into the car for any future retrofits and just tuck em away, follow the stock harness, it looks original. It's otherwise impossible to do in an oem like way.

Remove and refit is about 30 mins work. This includes using a syringe to manually pull out the brake fluid from the container to prevent it dripping down the entire space, indoubt the average cirner mechanic wpuld botger with that. Then you have brake bleeding which should be done every few years. I do mine more often and if you see what it looks like when it comes out, so would you.

There are a few different types of dev units. Off memory,

- 4cyl units and 6cyl are compeleyl different
- early 2006 the ldm module was integrated into the dsc unit. Before that it was a separate module located behind the cas init. Cars with active cruise need that module regardless of date
- changes were made in 09/2007 also but can be coded to work
- more changes after 04ish 2008 roughly
- m3 dsc units are unique as they do t have dtc just dsc. They are also technically more simple that the other 6cyl units.

Coding can be a little tricky but doiable. Personally I can make 4cyl units work on a 6cyl and vice versa, absolutely not recommended as they are completely different and would actually be dangerous.

Off memory that's it.

If anyone need help feel free to reach out.
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Do you have any 2nd hand units in stock? For a 07 (April) e90 335i?
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Codes are 005DF0 AND 005DF1.
Yep, same code 99% would be the module or pump or both if those 2 codes are thrown.
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Do you have any 2nd hand units in stock? For a 07 (April) e90 335i?
PM me through your vin and il double check. I definately have post 09/07 but not sure about pre. Il double check from your vin and let you know mate.
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