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Taking a guess here is that he's asking if it works at all or not? I'm guessing you got a code stating a problem. While its in the car, a cheater's way of testing it is to deliberately spin the wheels. See if the DIC reports the Traction/Active Handling coming on and listen for the sounds of it running. It will probably sound like clicking.. .I think....and you should feel it in the brake pedal.
FACC5, just a suggestion: the ABS motor gets pretty gummed up after years of minimal use. While you have the module separated, why not do a little ABS motor "excercising". Just supply a fused 12 volts to pin #8 on the hydraulic module (the one you didn't remove) and the motor will run.
Do a few 2-3 second bursts, and you should hear the motor begin to loosen up. Then do a few 10 second runs to really clean it up.
I just did this this week, and I could tell the motor was pretty gummed up from lack of use; it started slow but finished fast, with much less current draw.
Check my recent thread on it. search C1243 (the Wrench).