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Old 09-09-2015, 02:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2008 Suzuki swift sport ABS, ESP and Engine Light on

I have got my ABS, ESP and Engine management light on. It's been in for a few weeks now. I have no traction control or ABS working at all. I had it plugged in and this code came up... I googled it and it's come up with an ABS pump? Can anyone help or has anyone had a similar problem?


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Welcome to the forum.
I've just googled the code C1028 , seems quite common. Looks like a lot of people have needed the pump/module rebuilt/repaired. Doesn't seem to be a way of testing it. This is all the workshop manual has to offer..
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Thanks for the reply! Does this mean there could be a risk that it may not need the pump? But there's no way of finding out until I do that if it is the abs pump or not?


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Going by that..
Check for leakage.
I would assume the brakes would be spongy if there was air in the system.
I would assume the brake pedal travel would be long if there was a gap between pads and rotor (how would this happen anyway??).
Sorry I'm not much help. Couple of extra bits for the C1028.
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Yeah, I'm needing new break discs very soon so hopefully that may make a difference, I'll also bleed to brakes! And you've been a lot of help, thankyou for your research! I'll see how I get on now just needed to check on a forum I guess before doing anything else to see if anyone else had an idea at all. Thanks for your help!


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Seems the pump is very expensive (if needed) from Suzuki, but the are company's that overhaul them if it comes to that. Just an example - SUZUKI SWIFT 1.3 - 1.6 ABS (PUMP & ECU/MODULE COMBINED) - Part No: 06.2102-0885.4 / 06.2109-5200.3

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If I need a new pump I'll just get it refurbished, it's a lot to get a brand new one! And in definitely not going to Suzuki for one. Thanks for the link, I've saved this one for when it does come to it if I need a new one... And I will do!


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