How much will it cost to fix my car's ABS control module?

My ABS warning light came on a few weeks ago, and I’ve been putting off repairs until I can afford it. How much will it cost to fix my car’s anti-lock brakes?

Talullah Blanco · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The total cost of parts and labor to replace an ABS control module can be anywhere between $320 and $1,000 depending on the cost of the control module itself and how difficult it is to find.
Despite the cost, you should replace your car’s ABS control module if:
  • The brakes lock up even when you are driving normally
  • Your brake pedals are unresponsive
  • The speedometer in your car stops working
This isn’t a repair you’ll want to delay: If you decide to keep driving without a functional ABS control module, you could lose steering control if your tires lock up or your brakes will stop working altogether. Cutting costs on essential car repairs can result in an
expensive car accident
that will cost more than the repair itself. 
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