Question about Cadillac Escalade EXT
The auto repair department said I need an Electronic Brake Traction Control Module for my auto. How much is this part and where can you locate this part?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Recommend to have codes pulled via scan tool. Lights can come on for many different things. Possible bad ignition switch assembly can cause both check engine light and security light to come on.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
You need to remove the upper rad hose and the battery.
Then, use a torx to remove the 6 screws (hard to get at) which will remove the EBTCM from the brake modulator. You also must disconnect the two electrical connectors (the big one has a slide tab).
There are places you can send the module to and rebuild with warranty. I took a module from a 99' and installed it in my wife's 01'. Now the speedo, odometer, cruise and power steering work perfect and no TCM / ABS light.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
You can get the module rebuilt for about $150.
Check online, there are places in the US which gaurantee it as well. Send the old module and you get it back real quick.
If the module is dead, you lose speedo, TC/ABS, cruise and the variable power steering assist.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
SOURCE: Had brake hose and electronic
I am not sure why the brake control module was replaced but it is located in the engine compartment on the right front fender.You will have to jack the vehicle up to get to it.Just follow the brake lines.The module has to be programmed after replacement.Also the brake pedal position sensor has to be calibrated.This has to be done at the dealership.The first thing you should do is get the codes and let me know what the code is.I can get back to you and let you know what the next step you should take.Just because the light is on does not mean you have to replace the electronic control module.That is why it is important to get the codes first.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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