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My recommendation is to pull out the battery and relay box and then read the Bosch part number on the bottom of the ESP controller with an inspection mirror. This is a half hour job. Then go looking for a used one. Chances of getting a rebuild for an '04 that will work are only 50% I'm told. If you have one with a PN that ends in 514 you're in luck as I've seen a few functioning pre-owned ones on fleaBay.
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'04 Aero Sport Kombi
'03 Linear 5 spd. Krona Mods, 350 bhp
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- ABS/ESP, don m , Fri, 22 Jun 2018 07:31:30
- Re: ABS/ESP, Doug W , Sun, 24 Jun 2018 10:45:01 <-- Viewing This Message
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