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Check Engine Light Due to ABS Control Module Failure on Volvo S60

Problem Description and Possible Solution

There have been reports of a failed ABS Control Module causing the ABS and Check Engine warning lights to illuminate. Repair or replacement of the failed module will be required to correct this issue.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 83,150 (40,000–117,000)
4 model years affected: 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005
7 people reported this problem
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Car is crap and should have all these issues recalled ...to many complaints of the same issues on these cars...abs light which causes transmission light forcing you to have car reprogramed or you wont pass emissions ($1,500) also the car has cheap wiring causing the passenger headlight to stop working so now I was told I have to rewire entire car just to have both my headlights working so i dont keep getting tickets...volvo claims these are not saftey issues therefore wint recall them even though there's thousands of complaints on these matters...Volvo should be sued!!!
$1600 to fix. KBB says car is worth $2200 in GOOD condition. Will get it fixed vs buying a new car.