Hi Guys, I'm coming to you for some info on what needs to be done after installing a replacement ABS Module/Pump. This is for a 2004 Mazda 3s hatch with the 2.3 Liter. The ABS module was diagnosed as failing due to corrosion and needs to be replaced. Due to the extreme cost of a new part and labor ($1500 quote) I'm going the cheap route and planning to purchase one from a parts recycler and will be installing it myself. I have two main questions: 1. How hard is this part to get at and replace? I haven't had a chance to look at where it is or how to access it. Is there a preferred way to get at it? 2. It is my understanding that the replacement module may require reprogramming after it is installed What does that entail and how would I have that done? Can any shop do it or does it need to be done at a Mazda dealership? Can the car be driven before this is done? In otherwords, if I replace the part at home, will I be able to drive it to someone to reprogram or will the inability of the computers to recognize the part render the car immobile? Apologies for any "dumb" questions here, but I'm not familiar with replacing electronic components and need to know what I'm in for. Thanks for any information or recommendations you can provide on this.