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My experience has been that old Volvos are pretty good. We had a '90 and drove it more than 300k miles. It had some of the same issues: fuel pump, ignition switch, and some electrical connector issues. Japanese cars (Honda / Toyota) seem to use more durable electrical parts. It's sensors that usually seem to fail and it's frustrating particularly when it's intermittent.
I found a great write up on Saab World on how to do the ABS module along with what sounds like a good source for doing a rebuild. I've e-mailed them to see if they do '04 and up 9-5s.
I'll try conductive grease on the big connector contacts tonight. If that doesn't work I'll go for a module rebuild. Total cost should be under $150. If that doesn't fix it I'll be pretty annoyed.
posted by 66.150.8...
ABS Module Repair
'04 Aero Sport Kombi
'03 Linear 5 spd. Krona Mods, 350 bhp
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