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Well yesterday my 2001 V8 Limited Tundra's ABS Control Unit decided to almost catch on fire when I reconnected the battery. I heard something like the motor turn on, then smoke, then a burst of flame. I quickly disconnected the battery.

Here's the model info

Here's the damage to the onboard connector. Pin 25 is a little wobbly.

The hole where the jet of sparks came out of.

I've had no luck at taking it apart more and seeing if there is a PC board in there. I know that there are replacement parts on ebay. There is a newer model 89541-0C040 toyota says is the replacement for this one. What I wondering is if I can just put the newer model Control Unit onto the existing motor housing? Or will I need to replumb everything. Which I'm trying to avoid. Thanks.
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