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This is at the front left of your car. If you pop the hood, and look down kinda under the air filter box, you should see it. To work on/change it, I found it easiest to jack up the drivers side of the car, remove the drivers front wheel, then I think I took out the inner fender, or somehow I could see into the module. This gave me enough room to change it.

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2007 chevy silverado check engine light code CO201


ABS code not check engine light code .
DTC C0201 00: Antilock Brake System (ABS) Enable Relay Contact Circuit
The solenoid relay, located within the electronic brake control module (EBCM), supplies battery voltage to all of the valve solenoids.
Circuit/System Verification
With scan tool installed, clear the DTCs then drive the vehicle in a straight line at a speed greater than 20 km/h (13 mph). If the DTC did not set as a current DTC see diagnostic aids.
Circuit/System Testing
Test for an open or a short to ground in the battery positive voltage circuit to the EBCM. Verify no open or a short to ground is found.
Test the EBCM ground circuit, an open or high resistance.
? If an open or a short to ground is found, repair the circuit.
Replace the EBCM assembly.

DTC C0201 (Equal to or over 8600 GVW)
The system relay, located within the electronic brake control module (EBCM), supplies battery voltage to all of the valve solenoids and to the Antilock Brake System (ABS) pump motor. When the relay contacts close, the EBCM monitors the voltage supplied to the valve solenoids and compares this voltage to monitored ignition voltage.
Action Taken When the DTC Sets
• The EBCM disables the ABS/DRP.
• The ABS indicator turns ON.
• The brake warning indicator turns ON

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Can leaky shocks on a 2006 Cadillac DTS cause the traction control light to come on


If the light is on there are DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's stored in ABS - anti - lock brakes computer . Have codes checked first , something wrong with electrical part of antilock brakes , I know, what does ABS have to do with traction control ! traction control is a function of the ABS control module . Leaking shocks ? clarify , air shocks etc.... Before you start guessing , have it check for codes .
This vehicle is equipped with the TRW 440 V antilock braking system.
The vehicle is equipped with the following braking systems:
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Antilock Brake System (ABS)


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Engine Drag Control (EDC)


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Dynamic Rear Proportioning (DRP)


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Traction Control System (TCS)


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Vehicle Stability Enhancement System (VSES) (w/JL4)

The following components are involved in the operation of the above systems:
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Electronic brake control module (EBCM)--The EBCM controls the system functions and detects failures.


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Electronic brake control module (EBCM)--The EBCM controls the system functions and detects failures.


The EBCM contains the following components:


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System relay--The system relay is energized when the ignition is ON and no ABS DTCs are present. It supplies battery positive voltage to the solenoid valves and pump motor.


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Vent tube--The vent tube, located in the EBCM connector, is an opening to the internal cavity of the EBCM. It allows ventilation of the EBCM internals.


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Brake pressure modulator valve (BPMV)--The BPMV contains the hydraulic valves and pump motor that are controlled electrically by the EBCM. The BPMV uses a 4 circuit configuration with a diagonal split. The BPMV directs fluid from the reservoir of the master cylinder to the left front and right rear wheels and fluid from the other reservoir to the right front and left rear wheels. The diagonal circuits are hydraulically isolated so that a leak or malfunction in one circuit will allow continued braking ability on the other.


Important: There is a rubber isolator located under the BPMV and on the mounting studs. The rubber isolators protect the BPMV and the EBCM from vehicle vibrations.


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The BPMV contains the following components:


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Pump motor


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Inlet valves (one per wheel)


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Outlet valves (one per wheel)


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Master cylinder isolation valves (one per drive wheel)


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Prime valves (one per drive wheel)


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Wheel speed sensors (WSS)--As the wheel spins, the wheel speed sensor produces an AC signal. The EBCM uses this AC signal to calculate wheel speed. The wheel speed sensors are replaceable only as part of the wheel hub and bearing assemblies.


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Traction control switch--The TCS is manually disabled or enabled using the traction control switch.


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Stoplamp switch--The EBCM uses the stoplamp switch as an indication that the brake pedal is applied.


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Lateral accelerometer sensor (w/JL4)--The EBCM uses the lateral accelerometer sensor as an indication of the lateral acceleration of the vehicle.


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Yaw rate sensor (w/JL4)--The EBCM uses the yaw rate sensor as an indication of the yaw rate of the vehicle.


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Steering wheel position sensor (SWPS) (w/JL4)--The EBCM uses the SWPS as an indication of the position and rotation of the steering wheel.


This systems are very complex , your best bet would be to take it to a qualified repair shop .

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Can you help with multiple electrical issues??


This vehicle is equipped with the BOSCH 5.3 antilock braking system.
The vehicle is equipped with the following braking systems:
• Antilock Brake System (ABS)
• Dynamic Rear Proportioning (DRP)
• Traction Control System (ETS) (w/NW7)
• Traction Control System (TCS) (w/NW9)
• Vehicle stability enhancement system (VSES) You need to have vehicle checked for DTC'S diagnostic trouble codes , do you know what they are ? The traction control , ABS an stability control are all a function of the electronic brake control system .It also seams the power steering is controlled by the Antilock brake system.The Magnasteer® is controlled through the ABS module and varies the torque by adjusting the current flow through the actuator.
Your best place to start would be to have ABS module scanned for DTC'S . Codes would point you in right diagnostic direction .
The following components are involved in the operation of the above systems:
• Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM), The EBCM controls the system functions and detects failures.
The EBCM contains the following components:
- System Relay, The system relay is energized when the ignition is ON and no ABS DTCs are present. It supplies battery positive voltage to the solenoid valves and pump motor.
- Vent Tube, The vent tube, located in the EBCM, is an opening to the internal cavity of the EBCM. It allows ventilation of the EBCM internals.
• Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV), The BPMV contains the hydraulic valves and pump motor that are controlled electrically by the EBCM. The BPMV uses a 4 circuit configuration with a diagonal split. The BPMV directs fluid from the reservoir of the master cylinder to the left front and right rear wheels and fluid from the other reservoir to the right front and left rear wheels. The diagonal circuits are hydraulically isolated so that a leak or malfunction in one circuit will allow continued braking ability on the other.

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Where is ABS fuse located?


In the under hood fuse/relay box.

ETC / ECM - 15amp

ABS - 60amp

SEO B2 30 amp

no B+ at any of these fuse's check Ignition 1 relay .


This vehicle is equipped with the Bosch 5.3 antilock braking system.



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Traction Control System TC2 (w/NW9)








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Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) - The EBCM controls the system functions and detects failures.

















The EBCM contains the following components:
















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System Relay - The system relay is energized when the ignition is ON and no ABS DTCs are present. It supplies battery positive voltage to the solenoid valves and pump motor.
















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Vent Tube - The vent tube, located in the EBCM connector, is an opening to the internal cavity of the EBCM. It allows ventilation of the EBCM internals.















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Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) - The BPMV contains the hydraulic valves and pump motor that are controlled electrically by the EBCM. The vehicle is equipped with traction control The BPMV uses a 4 circuit configuration with a front/rear split. The BPMV directs fluid from the reservoir of the master cylinder to the front wheels and fluid from the other reservoir to the rear wheels. The circuits are hydraulically isolated so that a leak or malfunction in one circuit will allow continued braking ability on the other.







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How to diagnose an ABS problem


You need to find out what code is stored in the ABS control module, if the light is on there is a DTC an the system is disabled ! Don't know if auto part stores can pull ABS codes or not , You'll have to check it out . Personally I say take it to a ASE certified repair shop if you don't know anything about anti lock brakes !
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Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) -- The EBCM controls the system functions and detects failures.


The EBCM contains the following components:


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System Relays -- The inlet and outlet solenoid relay is energized when the ignition is ON and no ABS DTCs are present. It supplies battery positive voltage to the solenoid valves, the pump motor relay is energized and supplies battery positive voltage to the pump motor when ABS is activated.


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Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) -- The BPMV contains the hydraulic valves and pump motor that are controlled electrically by the EBCM. The BPMV uses a 4 circuit configuration with a diagonal split. The BPMV directs fluid from the reservoir of the master cylinder to the left front and right rear wheels and fluid from the other reservoir to the right front and left rear wheels. The diagonal circuits are hydraulically isolated so that a leak or malfunction in one circuit will allow continued braking ability on the other.


This system can store 10-12 DTC's for something simple as wheel speed sensors to wiring problems to a malfunction of the EBCM . Some of these problems you would need a professional type scan tool ! The antilock brake system on your vehicle is the
BOSCH 8.0 antilock braking system
The vehicle is equipped with the following braking systems:
?€¢
Antilock Brake System (ABS)


?€¢
Dynamic Rear Proportioning (DRP)


?€¢
Traction Control System (TCS) (w/NW7)

The following components are involved in the operation of the above systems:
?€¢
Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) -- The EBCM controls the system functions and detects failures.


The EBCM contains the following components:


?€¢
System Relays -- The inlet and outlet solenoid relay is energized when the ignition is ON and no ABS DTCs are present. It supplies battery positive voltage to the solenoid valves, the pump motor relay is energized and supplies battery positive voltage to the pump motor when ABS is activated.


?€¢
Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) -- The BPMV contains the hydraulic valves and pump motor that are controlled electrically by the EBCM. The BPMV uses a 4 circuit configuration with a diagonal split. The BPMV directs fluid from the reservoir of the master cylinder to the left front and right rear wheels and fluid from the other reservoir to the right front and left rear wheels. The diagonal circuits are hydraulically isolated so that a leak or malfunction in one circuit will allow continued braking ability on the other.


Important: There is a rubber isolator located under the BPMV and on the mounting studs. The rubber isolators protect the BPMV and the EBCM from vehicle vibrations.


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The BPMV contains the following components:


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Pump Motor


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Inlet Valves (one per wheel)


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Outlet Valves (one per wheel)


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Wheel Speed Sensors (WSS) -- As the wheel spins, the wheel speed sensor produces an AC signal. The EBCM uses this alternating current signal to calculate wheel speed. The wheel speed sensors are replaceable only as part of the wheel hub and bearing assemblies.


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Traction Control Switch (w/NW7) -- The TCS is manually disabled or enabled using the traction control switch.


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Stop Lamp Switch - The EBCM uses the stop lamp switch as an indication that the brake pedal is applied

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What is the C0265 error code


The ABS EBCM anti-lock brake module is failing causing problems with the ABS pump running constantly, also will drain your battery.
  1. Remove the ABS fuse to prevent ABS motor burn out.
  2. You can still drive your vehicle with the module removed.
  3. We recommend covering the exposed surface of the hydraulic control unit with aluminum foil to keep out water and dirt.
Common Failures:
  • ABS Pump Always Running
  • Codes: C0265, C0267, C0268
  • Pump Motor Circuit trouble code
  • Power Relay trouble code
  • Valve Relay Trouble code
  • Dump Valves (solenoids) trouble codes
  • No Communication
  • Intermediate power loss
http://www.myairbags.com/dtc-code-c0265-abs-ebcm-light/
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EBCM relay is the actual fault code cause. EBCM stands for Electronic Brake Control Module. ECBM stands for Electronic Brake Control Module. It is the big part that the brake lines go into and back out of from the MasterCyl and to the Brakes. It is also the ABS motor all in one. The relay is under the hood at the Fuse/Relay center just inbetween the EBCM/ABS and AirIntake. Relays are big and square. The underside of the Fuse/Relay center cover has the ID and placement embossed into it of everything in the F/R center. Be sure to check the fuses first. The relay needs power to operate and the EBCM or ABS or Brake fuse will be the one for it. Good luck!

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Where is my abs/tcs module on my 05 devile


{: ) The ABS/TCS module (or the Electronic Brake Control Module- EBCM ) is located at the front left lower corner of the engine compartment, under the air cleaner housing. The EBCM is attached to the brake pressure modulator valve. See sample diagram:


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Need fisical location of the ECBM on my 2005 safari cargo van


The EBCM (Electronic Brake Control Module) is mounted to the BPMV (Brake Pressure Modulator Valve) located at the left front (lower) engine compartment.

EBCM Removal & Installation Procedure
  1. Remove the Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV). Refer to the Hydraulic Control Unit (BPMV) procedure in this section.
  2. Remove the 4 T-25 Torx® bolts (1) from the EBCM (2). (click image for zoom)

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    Fig. Bolts (1), EBCM (2), bracket (3), bolts (4) and BPMV (5) (click image for zoom)

  3. Disconnect the 2-way ABS pump motor connector.
    WARNING Do not use a tool to pry the EBCM or the BPMV. Excessive force will damage the EBCM.
  4. Remove the EBCM (2) from the BPMV (5). Removal may require a light amount of force.
    1. Do not reuse the EBCM mounting bolts. Always install new bolts.
  5. Clean the EBCM to BPMV mounting surfaces with a clean cloth.
To install:

WARNING Do not use RTV or any other type of sealant on the EBCM gasket or mating surfaces.
  1. Install EBCM (2) onto BPMV (5).
  2. Install the 4 EBCM bolts (1).
    1. Tighten the 4 bolts to 39 inch lbs. (5 Nm) in an X-pattern.
  3. Connect the 2-way ABS pump motor connector to the EBCM.
  4. Revise the tire calibration using the Scan Tool Tire Size Calibration function.
  5. Use the scan tool to check and clear DTC memory.

Hope this helps.

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2000 ABS relay location


Unfortunately the ABS relay is built into the EBCM. Electronic Brake Control Module. That is located on the frame rail, left side of vehicle and sits on top of the pump. Both parts are likely to be replaced together as getting the module off the pump can be difficult. I recommend a repair facility do this job but it can be done at home. You will likely need to take loose metal brake lines and that can be quite a task also.
Are you getting a code for the relay / EBCM?

Good luck
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