Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala
Yes it can if the hub has lot's of play but you will have drive issues first. Check the ABS sensor for broken wire, dirt, and the gap to the speed ring on the hub. You can clean the the ABS sensor with brake parts cleaner with out removing it, just a good spray should to the trick and check the gap from the sensor to the speed ring. You can use a dime as a reference for the gap to make sure you have the right gap and make sure the ABS wire harness is not damages in any way. Good luck and hope this helps, also check the fuse to the ABS system. If there is a Auto Zone have the can scanned since it's fee of charge just to make sure it's not the ABS module that has gone bad.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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