Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
The abs warning light still on after service. how do i reset it.so, it will turn off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in these trucks if the front abs activates at low speeds it is normally because of the wheel speed sensors in the front hubs. easy fix is to remove wheel speed sensor from wheel bearing. clean and file cast surface of bearing to allow sensor to move closer to internal reluctor ring. what happens is over time the casting rusts and creates a larger gap. please rate if this works.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Most traction systems have sensors at each wheel. These detect wheel spin (can be a loose connection, broken wire, dirty sensor) The ABS won't work for the same reason but your brakes will work fine without ABS. (as long as brake fluid is full) The expansion bottle should have some coolant in it as well as the radiator. My experience is the bottle has a low level sensor that can get dirty ( If it was full) But you seem to be losing coolant? Is the lid on tight? Do you ever see coolant on the ground or in the engine bay? Sorry that's a mystery from here. Hopefully it is not disappearing in your engine. That would be a bad head gasket!
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Its in the manuel but you can turn the key till its on but not started, hold down unlock and lock at the same time for a bit, it will honk and start the process, you have to go to each tire in a certain way thats in the book or on the dash when i tells you and let air outta your tire for about two seconds, you have two mins. to complete each step it tells you so don't rush, once its done it will honk or beep twice telling you it is outta the process. Should be good...if not discount tire resets all that for free. If you have after market wheels or tires you have to switch the valve stems from old ones to new ones cause they contain the sensor needed to reset TPMS(Tire pressure monitoring system)....Discount will do it for $400 bucks but i recommend going somewhere to get them switched out for cheap and then take it to discount and let them reset it for free....saves money. I found this out after putting 26in. rims on my truck.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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