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I tried to take out just the electrical part of the abs module as the company who is repairing it have said the fault only on that part of the module so it ok to send , but I’ve struggled on taking it out think I need a extended torque wrench or star drive I think it called lol the bottom screw is a pain to access
 

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Have you obtained either the FSM (Factory Service Manual) as a book (Honda CR-Z 2012 Shop/Service Information), Anyone here have the FSM page they can send you as a PDF ( there was also a couple of postings that indicated the FSM can be accessed online) or have you talked to a mechanic that might have the information to remove it? It would be best to send the whole unit to the refurbishment company as you really don't know what else maybe out of specifications.
 

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Have you obtained either the FSM (Factory Service Manual) as a book (Honda CR-Z 2012 Shop/Service Information), Anyone here have the FSM page they can send you as a PDF ( there was also a couple of postings that indicated the FSM can be accessed online) or have you talked to a mechanic that might have the information to remove it? It would be best to send the whole unit to the refurbishment company as you really don't know what else maybe out of specifications.
i spoke to the company and gave them the code and they said in the electrical part which has a fault so I can just send them that part , then I don’t have to mess about with bleeding the brakes , I think I will just pay a mechanic to get it out as I don’t want to mess it up
 

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i spoke to the company and gave them the code and they said in the electrical part which has a fault so I can just send them that part , then I don’t have to mess about with bleeding the brakes , I think I will just pay a mechanic to get it out as I don’t want to mess it up
pretty sure you can't physically get to all of the screws without removing the unit

 

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pretty sure you can't physically get to all of the screws without removing the unit

i think I can get to it with a torque ratchet I just never had extension bar , I’m going to get one today , on another note I’m happy as it still runs with the electrical-unit removed so I don’t have to be without a car whilst it being repaired
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Have you obtained either the FSM (Factory Service Manual) as a book (Honda CR-Z 2012 Shop/Service Information), Anyone here have the FSM page they can send you as a PDF ( there was also a couple of postings that indicated the FSM can be accessed online) or have you talked to a mechanic that might have the information to remove it? It would be best to send the whole unit to the refurbishment company as you really don't know what else maybe out of specifications.
I didn't watch past him separating the electronics... just... wow.

Let me just rip this solenoid out with no care. Oh, look: broken wires XD
managed to get module out , been sent for repair , fingers crossed
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