Okay so here is the deal. I finally got around to working on my own cars abs as it has had the abs light on since I bought it. Took it to a local shop and the scanner said that all sensors under voltage, control module under voltage, etc, etc. I went back to my shop and disconnected the control module and metered out all of the circuits. Voltage where it should be and grounds where there should be ground. When I ohm'ed resistance in the sensors I received a reading range of 3.34 on the low to 3.26 on the highest. Not bad I thought. Checked my manual and it stated that they should be in the range of 1100 to 1110 but my book is for a 2000 not a 2004 with the mark 20e so I figured they where good. I did not have voltage at the sensors so I replaced the module with one with traction control option as it is my intention to upgrade. Installed the new module and started the car. Low and behold no abs light. Then the test drive. made it to the end of my long driveway and the light came back on after it self tested over 15 mph. Balls. Now the light is on as soon as I start the vehicle of course until I fix the problem. Did I get a bad module? Is the resistance on the sensors correct? The manual for the 2000 had the specifications in it but the new manuals do not so I "assumed" that since they where all very close that my reading where good. I found the plug for the traction control behind the radio cover do I need the switch for the abs light to go out or the bulb in the dash? I wouldn't think so. So I believe I need another module if any of you folks run across one that can be removed from the power pack in one piece and I also need the traction control switch (new type). Any thoughts would be appreciated!!