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I installed a front wheel bearing kit in my 2003 GMC now the ABS WARNING SIGNAL COMES ON AND STAYS ON

My freind installed a wheel bearing assembly in left front wheel of my GMC yukon now the ABS warning light and signal comes on and stays on,how do i make it go away?

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  • geno sanders
    geno sanders Nov 21, 2012

    I am still having the same problem,has anyone have an idea?

  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy W. Nov 21, 2012

    If you checked the two things I mentioned than the next step is to check for codes. This will need to be done with a high end scan tool. Once you have the codes post them here and I will see what I can do to help.

  • geno sanders
    geno sanders Nov 25, 2012

    I WANT TO THANK JEREMY W.,you have helped a lot,thank you for putting up me,I know I\'ve been a pain,so thanks for your help.I will go today to O\'R

  • geno sanders
    geno sanders Nov 25, 2012

    i will go to O'Reily's Auto Part aand check the code as you said,I can't rem e

  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy W. Nov 25, 2012

    Call ahead to see if they can scan ABS modules!

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Double check to make sure the abs harness from the new wheel bearing is plugged in. If it is unplug it and make sure the pins in the other connector are not bent. To very common problems that are quick to check out.

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