Originally Posted by gthaker
If possible can you tell me the exact parts you replaced if if this requires any specialized tools? Thanks.
The two parts I replaced are the ABS Modulator and Accumulator. The modulator is the unit responsibile for "pumping" the brakes for you. Attached to it is the Accumulator, which is a metal cylinder which holds the high pressure fluid on standby when your car is on.
You don't need any special tools. The only thing you need to know is that you have to open up the brake lines to replace the modulator, so it helps to have Flare Nut wrenches and then afterwards, you need to refill your brake fluid and bleed your brakes.
Also please realize that you are working on the braking system of your car. Since this is probably the MOST IMPORTANT system of your vehicle (since your life could depend on it), make sure you feel comfortable working on your vehicle before attempting this. A few bucks saved is not worth it if it puts your life in jeopardy.