So I have 2 gen 2's with different ABS issues. One I just replaced the pump in (2005), the other (2006) needed to be bled after someone unknowingly tried to bleed it the traditional way (I purchased it this way). I got both cars for $1200 each this year, the 2005 is my daily, the 2006 is my fix and flip. Both of these cars have been a uphill battle of brake issues, all caused by previous owners. I drove my 2005 around with lines running straight off the master cylinder to the wheels for 2 months because the actuator was leaking so much out a bad fitting. 2005: Has Code C1253-138, which is listed as a abs relay issue. The subcode is for low voltage coming from the skid control ECU to the actuator. Techstream reads the ECU input at 0.0V (MTT). I'm assuming this might be the connector. The brakes work fine, powered friction brakes on all 4 wheels, actuator motor runs at reasonable intervals, but no regen and all brake lights are ON. I'm just driving it like it is but I would like regenerative brakes. I guess ill take the wiper assembly off and probe at the harness, but any help would be appreciated. I have swapped relays to rule that out. 2006. Has code C1246-102. Code is for different pressures (voltages) on each master cylinder pressure sensor. Pedal is soft but the powered brakes work fine, albeit the pump runs more than I like. Failsafe mode does not work (pedal soft). Techstream says the master cylinder pressure sensor should be under 0.9v at rest (both sensors stay at 0.43 which is fine), but normally operate up to 5v, but I get at most 0.66v when the pedal is depressed. Ive tried bleeding every way known to man and techstream (relays pulled, pumping the brake pedal with a bleed bottle till my leg hurt). I'm thinking a possible bad master cylinder or stroke simulator (the cheap part thankfully, the part that feeds the abs unit), but it could just have so much air in it that its inoperable. I was wondering if anyone has had this same issue.