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A.b.s. 2005 1/2 4 wheel drive silverado

When aplying brakes at almost stop i get chatter pre-mature braking how do i fix this.

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YOUR ABS KICKS IN right before you stop? you have a wheel speed sensor dropping out at low speeds this is causing the abs unit to think one wheel is locking up activating system. need to have a scan tool on it to see which one is dropping out

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