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Abs kicking in under 20k

My 1996 chevy tahoe the abs breaks kick in under 20km an hour what could cause this.. could a bad wheel baring be the cause ??
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  • allan_diane Feb 06, 2009

    thanks for the fast responce,, Where could the abs module's be found would it be conected to the master cylinger or the inner fender skirt??

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No, But a Bad Brake Master Cylinder Could Or Maybe even a Bad ABS Module. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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    Travis Humphries Feb 06, 2009

    Look under the Hood and Locate the Fuse Relay Box. I know that there is a Relay for the ABS in this Box and The Module should be on the Inner Fender Skirt But, The Tahoes are Different than the Regular Cabs and Short Boxes and that is Mainly what I work on. Since we are Both unsure of the Location of this Module, I would suggest going to your Library and Checking out a Chilton or Haynes Manual for your Tahoe and see if you can Locate it with the Book. Should be Pretty Easy. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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