Midwest ABS Exchange and Repair
Specializing in Volvo ABS Modules and Repair.  Fast service and full support with a lifetime warranty-all at a reasonable price.

 This is an advance exchange service, your old ABS module is to be returned back to us within 15 days of you receiving it.  IF you need more time, call me or send me an email to let me know.   The type of module returned must be the same type that was ordered.

The return address is.

Midwest ABS
805 S. Maumee st.
Tecumseh, MI 49286

Cores (your old ABS unit) are to be in original, undamaged condition.  Nothing previously sawed open, broken open, hacked up, tampered with, slathered with sealants, physically burned up, broken into pieces, have liquid inside, etc.  If you are unsure if your module meets the criteria, consult the pictures at the bottom of the page or contact me.  If your core is damaged, trashed, etc, you need to contact me before sending it back.  I often hear "I bought the car that way", "I didn't do it" or "My mechanic says it looks fine".  Common sense dictates that I'm not going to take ownership of a problem that I didn't create.  


Any module that has damage from somebody attempting to "solder" it from the exterior of the case will not be accepted.

Any module that has a silver sticker or white sticker that says "rebuilt by an independent rebuilder" will not be accepted as a core return.  These have been cut open, sealed closed with epoxy and had the original capacitors inside replaced for no reason.
   This includes any module cut open and then sealed closed with epoxy.

Any module with orange BBa-Rem** stickers will incur a charge for any damage to the module.  over 75% of these have some sort of damage, these will be examined on a case by case basis.  Don't bother removing the stickers, I know what they look like and where they come from.

If you choose not to return the core, collection action will be taken.  You will receive a bill for the average price of a used ABS module, of which you will have 30 days to pay.  After 30 days the bill will be forwarded/sold to a collection agency.  To be honest, there's nothing I hate more than having to go to lengths like that, but experience has shown that there's always a few that refuse to send the old module back, even after agreeing to the terms to do so.

Below are some examples of what is not acceptable as a core return.  If you have something like these on your car, I can repair it for you but will not accept it as a core return.

Hacked/Cut open.  Not very well either.

This person used a pry bar to remove their module, they likely destroyed their ABS pump also. NOT repairable.

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