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ABS Module Repairs
01/03/13 at 13:26:46
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Saw this link on a Moto Guzzi site, the poster had his ABS module from his oilhead repaired here .

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

'81 R65
'82 R65 LS  
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Re: ABS Module Repairs
Reply #1 - 01/12/13 at 10:47:32
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There's a shop, Zim's, about 3 miles from us that specializes in Mercedes, Porches, and BMW autos.  The local M-B dealership was right next door until they moved.  Since we found Zim's we wouldn't consider using a "genyoowine" M-B dealer for Theresa's car.  Most repairs and parts are less than 1/2 the price and of first quality workmanship.  Lordy, how I hate dealerships!

Good reference Bob, thanks.
  

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Re: ABS Module Repairs
Reply #2 - 01/12/13 at 11:43:57
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The last time I took my Z3 to A BMW dealership, for a battery that failed, they refused to replace it  under warranty .

Their reason, I didn't drive the vehicle enough .

They would sell me a battery, for $195, plus tax and labor to install it, total price came to around $300 to replace the battery .

I went to NAPA and got one of their house brand AGM type batteries for $95, that was 7 years ago, hasn't quit yet .
  

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'82 R65 LS  
'84 R65 LS
'87 Moto Guzzi V65 Lario
'02 R1150R
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I'll give up my R65, when they pry my cold dead hands from the handlebars !!!!!
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