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I have a 2 whele drive Auto/with 4 whele ABS

Well i cant STOP when going down a 6%grade hill in the SNOW the ABS makes all kinds of noise front wheles lock up and release While rear has some brake but not enuff to help me stop
PLEASE HELP PS Here is the kicker I have replaced All parts /Master/calabres/hoses,front and rear/pads/shoes,Blead systom And still have spongey pedle Last part today not yet in new ABS Unit,,Help Help...
Also did ajusted shoses and E-brake..

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You may need to go to the dealer to get the abs pump bleed properly this can be quite a ***** with out the right equipment if there is air in the abs pump you will have no end of problems

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