The Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Warning Light May Illuminate on Volvo XC70

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning light and/or other dash warning lights may illuminate due to a failed ABS Control Module. Replacement of the failed module is generally required to correct this concern.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 111,397 (65,000–200,000)
5 model years affected: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, more2007
23 people reported this problem
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ABS light and brake warning light were on. Odometer did not work. I replaced ABS control module with an used one and fixed problem.
Brake & ABS light is on very often.
ABS light is on. Dealer suggests replacement at $1600.
not the sensor; still trying to solve
ABS light has begun flickering.
ABS, brake warning light and "brake failure" notification stays on. No traction control/awd. Dealership is quoting $1600 to repair.
ABS light went on. Dealer said the ABS module needed to be replaced. I had an independent repair shop replace it with a used one. That shop took it to the dealership to have the codes cleared which fried the whole computer system. That had to be replaced as well. In the end I ended up paying over $3000 for the entire thing!
abs light
ABS warning light comes up.
The ABS brake light came on. After research, I learned it was better to have it rebuild, so I had it taken out & I sent it to a reputable place. It came back was reinstalled. After a week, the light came on again.
Had it taken out, sent it back. Put back in, light came on after 2 days. I just don't what to do from here. I read modulemaster is the best, but that don the work on a 2004 CX70 Volvo.
the warning light stays on. ABS brakes. No cruise control. I am investigating places on the web that rebuild the modular. It doesn't look like it would be too hard to remove & replace. It would be sure be cheaper then the $1,100 a Volvo mechanic quoted me. My only problem is determining if the modular is a K20 or a K25, there was a difference in the quote. after reading some forums, it could be the SAS as well.