Honda CR-V ABS pump module problem - VSA light on.

Honda CRV brake pressure sensor fault

Honda CRV ABS/VSA Pump module fault

 

This ABS Pump Module is a very common failure for the Honda CR-V built between 2002 - 2008. The fault causes the VSA/ABS light to illuminate permanently on the instrument cluster.

 

 If you have been for a diagnostic check on your Honda CR-V then your mechanic will probably have told you that you have a fault with your “Brake Pressure sensor” or given you the full fault code of: “66-1 Brake pressure sensor failure” and will probably have told you that you must change your ABS Pump Module for a small fortune

 

We can rebuild your own ABS pump module to a new specification and provide an unlimited mileage Lifetime warranty*.

When we rebuild your ABS pump, we not only correct the problem but the materials and processes we use will reinforce your ABS pump module to prevent the fault from ever reoccurring.

 

Common Failure symptoms:

  • ABS warning light
  • VSA warning light

 

Common fault codes:

  • 66-1 Brake pressure sensor

 

Affected Vehicles:

  • Honda CR-V 2002-2008 (2nd and 3rd generation)
  • Honda Accord 2003-2008 (7th generation)

 

(This is just a small list of common part numbers; we cover the entire range of Honda ABS/VSA Pump modules).

 

Test and rebuild:

Each Honda CR-V ABS pump and module is tested on our bespoke testing rigs, applying real-world load and driving conditions we will ensure that, once rebuilt, the ABS pump will outperform OEM standards.

 

Programming:

All coding information is retained during testing and rebuild to ensure that the unit is ready to go when you receive it back from us.

 

Quality:

Due to our extremely high standards and a work defect rate lower than 0.6% on all of our rebuilds, we can confidently offer an unlimited mile Lifetime Warranty. Our strict quality control incorporates testing, ESD safety, components, workmanship, even down to securely packaging your unit for delivery back to you: all areas must meet our very high warranty standards.

 

Warranty:

Lifetime unlimited mileage*

 

How do I get my unit rebuilt?

To pay for the rebuild select your part number above and then click: Get yours rebuilt

Print the payment/booking confirmation email.

Package the Honda CR-V ABS pump and inside a sturdy box with plenty of packaging material (make sure you include your confirmation email in the box).

Send us your package by tracked courier (the shipping instructions are on the confirmation email).

Once received we will test, rebuild and return your ABS part with an unlimited mileage lifetime warranty. (if your unit turns out not to be faulty then we will refund your payment less a small testing fee and return shipping)

 

What if I don’t want to pay up front?

This is not a problem, if you prefer this option then follow the following steps:

Fill in and submit this test form.

Print the booking confirmation email.

Package the Honda CR-V ABS pump and inside a sturdy box with plenty of packaging material (make sure you include your confirmation email in the box).

Send us your package by tracked courier (the shipping instructions are on the confirmation email).

Once received, we will test your ABS pump and module and call you to advise on the outcome of testing, if your unit is faulty and you choose to go ahead with the rebuild then we will take payment over the phone using a debit/credit card.

We will then rebuild your ABS and return it to you with an unlimited mileage warranty.

If you require further information regarding this Honda CR-V ABS pump and module then please contact us.

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Comments on "Honda CR-V ABS pump module problem - VSA light on."
denis powlette says: 28/9/2019 9:04:34 AM
I have a 2001 Honda crv japan made the front brake binds while driving after immediately removing the pressure on both wheels through the bleeder screw the vehicle drives normal for about twenty minutes and the problem continues. only the front wheels. I change the caliper rubbers but no difference. the abs light is functioning but does not stay on, no code show up. possible cause?
ECU Admin says: 30/9/2019 3:59:12 PM
Hi Denis, providing that you have no hydraulic issues on the vehicle, you may be experiencing an ABS pump fault. Please select your part number from the following list for common faults, prices and shipping information: https://www.ecutesting.com/product-catalogue/honda/cr-v/abs-pump-ecumodule-combined/
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