Our database indicates your vehicle uses a Ate Mark20 ABS controller. If your module looks
different from the one pictured above, click "Change Your Module" to see all the modules we
The Ate/Teves CAB (Controller for Anti-lock Brakes) is mounted directly to the HCU
(Hydraulic Control Unit).
The Mark20 controller is configured in one of three ways depending on application
and how the vehicle is equipped. If you have standard ABS, there will be 6 solenoids
in the controller. If you have a 2/4WD Volvo with ABS then 7 solenoids are present.
If you have TRACS, then 8 or more solenoids can be seen. Up to 12 solenoids can be
found in certain systems. The solenoids are visible from the bottom of the CAB as shown
below. The cost to rebuild your CAB is the same for all of these systems.
• ABS Pump running continuously.
• ABS or TRACS warning lamp on.
• Speedometer "twitchy" or erratic at times.
• Cruise control randomly surges.
What a Rebuild Includes
ModuleMaster uses a 5-step rebuild process which begins with a thorough cleaning
by bead blasting. Next, our trained technicians make component-level repairs using
high-grade silver solder. We then perform a preventative maintenance procedure which
involves replacing all components known to fail with the highest quality upgrades
available. Modules are then thermally treated to ensure longevity. While we do not
have the means to test every module before shipping, we do our best to ensure
trouble-free installation. If you have any problems during installation, please give
us a call. We're here to help.
Unfortunately, there are some Ate modules that we are unable to test before shipping
back to you. However, in the rare event you should have a problem with your rebuilt module,
please give us a call.
All ModuleMaster rebuilds come with a 5-year guarantee against module related