Question about GMC Canyon
The pulsing only happens when the vehicle detects slippage (say on gravel, dirt, snow/ice) under normal driving braking you will not have any pulsating. Also if you have had $1300 in brake work the pulsating could have been warped rotors as well. I have seen the ABS light stick on for other reasons, faulty speed sensor or bad sensor and even light just sticking. Try putting it on some loose ground an braking hard so the truck slides a bit and see if the pulsating comes back its working fine, if not you still have an issue (could be your pump as well)
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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