Question about 2000 Chevrolet Corvette
You need to take it to the Dealer to check the code for ABS. It's very rare to change the entire ABS unit.There are a few bulletins out but I really need to know what the code/s are.
Usually what i have seen it to be an electrical problem.These cars are bad about ground issues, and this could be part of it. Most likely you have a hub going bad or something related to the ABS system. There could also be a bad plug connection or a shorting / frayed wire.
Your car is equipped with speed sensors inside the wheel bearing hub assemblies and this could be the problem.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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