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will try to help. just going to answer the question and assume that you know that with the abs disabled your brakes will lock up the wheels and will make the car slide when brakes apllied hard!! look under hood in black fuse box, pull the relay out for the abs it will be labeled on the inside cover of the fuse box.and that will make your abs light come on inside on the dash.hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com
This could mean a wheel speed sensor has failed. You can jack up each wheel one at a time, backprobe the wheel speed sensor and check for ac voltage using a voltmeter while spinning wheel. Whatever sensor does not put out voltage, replace. Thanks
- disconnect ABS sensor and move away to protect from damage - remove brake caliper assy. - remove hub cap - remove snap ring w/tool - remove lock washer - remove wheel bearing lock nut (tool J36001) - pull off wheel hub & wheel bearing (do not drop it!) - rotor is attached to hub.
I thought the caprice had disk on all wheels?? But it sounds like it's time for the rear brakes to be serviced. If you do have rear drums the pads could be worn and the shoes are slipping and grabing. You can try backing up in a empty parking lot and backing up and giving full brake application. About the 7th application would reset the brakes, if that does not help then the breaks need to be serviced. Good kick
Assuming that the vehicle is equipped with an automatic transmission, it looks like the torque converter lock-up system doesn't release as fast as it should, so if you brake hard, the converter is still locked up and your wheel brakes stall your engine (just like pressing ******* the brakes with the clutch pedal released on a manual transmission vehicle). Normally, when you brake hard, the lock-up should release and prevent the stall from happening. Might be a bad torque converter, or a bad lock up solenoid in the transmission... Before jumping to anything else, i'd try checking the fluid level in the transmission and an oil/filter change in the transmission. Lots of times one or the other can cure the problem.