ABS Brake Pump



If your ABS Brake Pump is giving you problems, Used Parts Central can help! This is a free to use auto parts locating service. There are suppliers nationwide that will receive your request, search nationwide for it, then offer you the best they can offer. Different suppliers offer different warranties, pricing and ship times.


Replacing an ABS Brake Pump can be very simple or can get complicated. Sometimes you will get a warning light in your speedometer cluster alerting you to an issue. However, this multifunction light never reveals the source of the problem. You need to take your vehicle to a garage or a store like AutoZone to have it scanned. This will give trouble codes that will help determine what has failed and what needs to be replaced. Some ABS Brake Pumps have an electronic controller mounted to them, some are hydraulic and other have a controller mounted remotely. Only allow someone who understands ABS systems to work on your car. If the job is done right your good, if wrong you could end up in an accident.


After you decide to order your part there are a few things to know. First, make sure you have the correct year, make and model of your vehicle. Next, if possible get a part number from your ABS Brake Pump to match up with what you are buying. Last, never ever pay with cash, check or wire transfer. If the company you are dealing with accepts a major card or PayPal you are protected. In the event anything goes wrong you will not lose your money.