Experiment 626· Animated Cartoon
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I had taken my 2012 Mazda3 (I believe it is the “iTouring” model; it isn't the SkyActiv version) into an independent repair shop for the above, along with what I thought was an alignment issue and an AC problem. They fixed the latter and diagnosed the alignment issue as being caused, in fact, by a bad tire (and replacing the two front tires did solve that problem), but said the warning lights were caused by a faulty ABS control module, which only a dealer can replace. They also said the ABS module is probably also disabling cruise control. I see another thread or two here that seem to confirm some of this. The shop said the control module might cost $1500-$2000 to fix, but the threads I saw here put the cost at around $1000. Anyone else here have this module replaced and care to tell me the cost incurred? I just want to know what I should expect -- and to know at what point the price is high enough I should investigate seeking a second opinion/quote from another dealership a bit further away.