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03-17-2007, 04:31 PM #1
ABS Problem, low speed engagement.
Argh! Another bugg.. My ABS was dissabled on the truck and I thought it was fubared.. Today when giving it a tune-up I notice the harness was unplugged.
Plugged it back in and got ABS! Too much ABS! Now when I'm nearing full stop the ABS engages no matter what surface I am on.
Obviously why the dealer had it disconnected... What could be causing this? Wheel speed sensor? (Please tell me they are not built into the hubs...)
Bad abs module?
Is there a sensor on the brake pedle?
03-17-2007, 06:11 PM #2
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03-17-2007, 07:03 PM #3
I think that model year was rear abs only(I can't remember, yours) but I have heard mechanics doing this but not a dealership. Some people did not like the way back brakes acted. Have you checked that rear wheel cylinders are not leaking and axl seals?
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03-17-2007, 07:34 PM #4
It's front and rear abs on my truck. no leaks anywhere. had brake fluid replaced.
If I need to change the module, I'm in for it... The lines going in the module are sure to be seized. That means all new brake lines. ARGH!
I had a similar problem with my s10 Jimmy, with taht truck it was a bad wheel speed sensor.
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