I’ve got a 97 zj 4.0 and the ABS light is on, I cleaned all the abs sensors at the wheels and the light is still on. I was told the module was bad but before I replace that I should get the computer scanned to see if it is actually a sensor or bad module. My local dealer wants $82 to scan the computer even if I get the work done there. There is a dealer about 30min away that will scan for $60 and If it is a bad senor they will replace it for $120 total “60 parts, 60 labor”, they drop the scanning charge if you get the work done there. I would just replace the sensor myself but I might as well have them do it if its going to cost the same to buy it and do the work myself.
My question is that if I can get my computer scanned at a local pep boys will it just show up bad abs module or will it be specific enough to tell me which sensor is bad if that’s the problem. I read somewhere that only the dealers scan will show an individual senor and not the whole module.