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Cadillac Allante Forum Discussion, Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I've found an Allante locally that's for sale, cheap - but the brakes aren't functional. It supposedly sat for 2 ...
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    Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    I've found an Allante locally that's for sale, cheap - but the brakes aren't functional. It supposedly sat for 2 years without being touched, after which the pedal now drops to the floor, and the warnings light up the dash like a Christmas tree. I don't have all the specifics at this point, but I do know it's going to need some attention.

    My fear is that it may end up needing a new accumulator, and (depending on how much they played with it) possibly a new pump, before things are restored to working order. Of course, the prices for those parts are astounding.

    I've been doing some reading, and noticed that several FWD Chrysler products also supposedly used the Bosch III ABS system in '88, '89, and the first half of MY 1990. Has anyone here ever investigated the differences between the GM and Chrysler systems? (I'd love to dig into it myself, but don't want to have to buy the Caddy just to do the research!)

    A major auto parts store lists parts with the same names, having similar but slightly different part numbers, and the same stock pictures... no clues there.

    I would expect the parts to be too different to be compatible - but who knows?

    If perhaps I've stumbled upon a cheaper way to obtain the potentially needed pieces for this Caddy, it'd make me much more confident in moving forward. (I don't want to bank on getting lucky, and curing its issues simply through bleeding... though that sure would be nice!)

    Would also be interested in hearing from anyone who has attempted any other brake system modifications/conversions on an Allante in order to eliminate the need for costly original replacement parts. ABS or no ABS, I know there must be other means of achieving power assist at a far lesser price.



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    Re: Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    The pump is the same save for the wiring connector, different plug. Simply splice in the Allante connector. I did it. worked fine.

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    Re: Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    Carnut,
    Can you give some info of which Chrysler pump you used off what car. I'm trying to get my brakes to work without spending a small fortune on used parts. Chrysler also supposedly used the Bosch III ABS system in '88, '89, as I read in a earlier post that you answered.
    I own a 88 Allante
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    Re: Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    It was off an Imperial about 1989 I believe.

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    Re: Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    The 1989 and early 1990 ( I believe they changed in mid 90 so get the early one.) CHRYSLER IMPERIAL V6-201ci 3.3L F/I has almost the same bosh pump and you can get them rebuilt for about $250. from Rock Auto.
    Just change the connector...

    Scott

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    Re: Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    Thank you for confirming my memory's intact!

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    Re: Chrysler vs Allante ABS parts

    What about the high pressure hoses w/the ends intact. they are pretty expensive also. who repair's or has replacement hoses??

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