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Abs wheel sensors on 2004 chevy tahoe

Is there abs wheel sensors in the back and front of the tahoe?

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Yes they are four wheel abs that means there are four sensors one for each wheel

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Hello! This is usually the result of a wheel speed sensor issue. Most technicians look for WSS fault codes, to decide which one is failed, but if there are no fault codes, they don't know where to look. The trick, is with the scantool hooked up, watch the ABS solenoids and see which ones activate during the traction event. If the Wheel Speed Sensor is acting up, it can confuse the ABS module into thinking that wheel is slipping and it will activate the ABS pump and solenoids for that wheel, to try and slow it down.
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Will the abs sensor lock up the wheels on a 2004 Chevy Tahoe


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Where is the speed sensor located on a 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71.


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