Question about 2002 GMC Sierra
I checked the front pads and rotors, I noticed the inside of the rotor on BOTH sides not wearing evenly (partial contact). The front pads were in very good condition and the rotors looked good besides the uneven wear. This should not cause the anti lock system to activate, should it? The rear pads were low and I replaced them but that did not help... actually made it worse. There are recalls for this issue but my truck is showing no outstanding recalls due according to GMC and wheel sensors are $130 ea.I dont mind spending the money to fix it but I just dont want to throw parts at it
You need someone to scan it for codes but it sounds like the speed sensor for one of the wheels is droping the signal to the abs unit at lower speeds they can see that with the data stream with a scanner
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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