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Nice to see closure on this case. I am also dealing with an ABS/ESP issue on our Dame Edna and am still confused about the myriad of possible solutions. It acts up and then goes away. Seems hot weather is a possible factor for the electronics. Picked up a used one from the UPULL but don't know if the part number matches yet. The donor was born of jets about six months after ours so keeping my fingers crossed although it could be the brake pedal switch, left passenger wiring loom under the carpet or ???. I contacted one rebuilder about a year ago and he said he could not rebuild a Dame Edna unit. There is probably some ultimate guide to 9-5 ESP/ABS issues somewhere but it's probably written in Swedish or Russian.
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