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How to repair the abs module on a 2001 tahoe with traction control?

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Not really a repair, I believe it must be replaced. With labor it cost me ~$1000 three years ago.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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Abs and brake light stay on in 2001 chevy tahoe


Seems the most likely is the control module, but could be affected by bad grounds or possibly a wheel speed sensor.
Read this thread, about 3 pages long, and has info and links for the control module fix and where to check the grounds.
http://www.tahoeyukonforum.com/threads/abs-light-and-brake-light-01-tahoe.39226/

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I have a abs light on and traction control light on as well 2001 chevy tahoe


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Breaks I cant find a replacmentn part for the abs


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I hope you have the problem fixed by now, but, it is the ABS control under the truck. You need to go under the hood and open the fuse box and disconnect the 60 amp fuse for the ABS, this will turn it off before it burns up. This however will also cause the traction assist off light to stay lit all the time. To the fix the problem you can pay tons of money ($700 or so) to have the dealership install a ABS control and the problem will happen again over time. Or, remove it yourself, go on ebay and ship it off to a guy who repairs them for about $150 and you will never have the problem again. Also, if you wrap your cable ends with plastic and protect them good, you can still drive you truck while the part is being worked on. It takes about a week.

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