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Strong buzzing noise coming from preassure pump in front of brake fluid resivoir

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This may actually be the ABS pump.

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Hi, i have a freelander that has an abs pump modulator, when i switch the ignition on , the pump vibrates and battery goes flat very quickly,.I found that when i disconnected the abs module censor the vibration stopped, i have checked the module and it is faulty but its worth checking your brake fluid level also as it may have no fluid to pump ,hope this helps,.

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That is an electric fuel pump. It is building pressure ffrom the tank through the lines. It is normal for our trucks to make this sound.

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