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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
under your hood there is a abs pump, it make the pressure for the abs to work and when the system is faulty they vibrate and make a long steady noise when you first turn your car on, sometimes they even vibrate, stop then vibrate again a few seconds later. while this is annoying and semi embarasing u can use your brakes w/out abs. or you can replace the unit for 600bucks plus labor at the shop. its a easy fix if u wanna do it yourself. it takes 1.hr in labor plus you can find the part at the junkyard for 250. i hope i was helpful.
Posted on May 28, 2009
try lifting the brake pedal with your toes then switching on the cc when driving. sometimes a faulty or loose switch on the brake pedal can cause cc to cut out.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
jack front of car up clean around the coil spring where it sits on the shock absober probably do this with your fingers and a screw driver to clean the grit out, then squirt some oil on he bottom of the spring and where it sits on the shock absorber do the same with tho other side.might have to repeat every 3 months especially in winter
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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