Cadillac Owners Forum banner

1 - 3 of 3 Posts

·
Registered
2000 DTS / 2005 STS
Joined
·
380 Posts
Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Has anyone ever used Module Master for anything? I'm getting the following two codes, both of which point to a bad EBCM:

C1214 - System Relay Contact or Coil Circuit Open
C1248 - EBCM Turned the Red Brake Warning Indicator On

I went to the local Cadillac dealer today and they were so tight-lipped about everything it wasn't funny. They wouldn't explain nothing to me but the price of the unit, which is around $1000!!! So I've been doing a lot of research and it seems like having the unit rebuilt would be the best route. Now Module Master has a 2-3 day turn around and gives a 5yr. warranty, all for $150, +shipping of course. To me this seems like the best way to go.... any opinions?



Oh, and here's the link to Module Masters website:

http://www.modulemaster.com/en/index.php
 

·
Registered
Cadillac Deville 2001
Joined
·
172 Posts
I used them and they get my vote. I talked to the owner, who knows a lot more than modules. He was great! They open the case, get the foam filler out, and reflow the silver solder. Then they put it back together.

There's a five year warranty. I had to pull the front driver's side wheel and the liner. The thing is in there and you get to it with long extensions and little bitty sockets. There are a couple of plugs that come out and the entire thing comes off.

You can still ride the car around, since it still has its brakes. You won't have the ABS system, that's all. I covered the open place with plastic and tape and when the thing came back it took about three hours to put it back in.
 

·
Registered
2000 DTS / 2005 STS
Joined
·
380 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
I used them and they get my vote. I talked to the owner, who knows a lot more than modules. He was great! They open the case, get the foam filler out, and reflow the silver solder. Then they put it back together.

There's a five year warranty. I had to pull the front driver's side wheel and the liner. The thing is in there and you get to it with long extensions and little bitty sockets. There are a couple of plugs that come out and the entire thing comes off.

You can still ride the car around, since it still has its brakes. You won't have the ABS system, that's all. I covered the open place with plastic and tape and when the thing came back it took about three hours to put it back in.


Nice! And if you remove the lower plastic protector its right there...;) Takes 15 min to remove and 15 min to replace!!!
 
1 - 3 of 3 Posts
Top