Question about 2000 GMC Safari
When I stop at a light, or pull into a parking space, the ABS system kicks in and the van won't stop. There are no dash lights that come on when this happens, and it is happening more frequently, I can almost count on it every time I stop now. When I feel it start to happen, if I let go of the brake and then reapply it, the brakes will work normally. Lately it has been getting so bad that the brakes won't release sometimes and kind of lock up and I go an extra 10 feet -- very dangerous! I have had about 4 different people look at it and some say it's the ABS module, but they aren't so sure because of the light not coming on, and the ABS still works. I have also heard it could do with the individual sensors on the wheels, and one person even said something about the power steering pump being involved. A tire place hooked up their computer when they were driving it, and their computer did not register a problem. I really need to get this fixed, and I don't mind paying for the problem, as long as it's the right thing.
Power booster going bad.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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