Question about Cadillac Escalade
This problem is caused by a erratic signal from one of the wheel speed sensors, they are magnet pickup sensors, either the trigger wheel the sensor reads on the hub is broken or the sensor is defective or the sensor has metal filings on it, the individual ABS wheel speed sensors are located in the hub behind the brake rotor, to locate them just follow the wiring harness down to them from wheel well, pull them out and clean them, the are held in by a single bolt, spray with WD40 before trying to remove 1st and let soak, if the sensor have no metal filings on them, u will need the dealer or a well equipped brake repair center test the ABS/traction system to see which sensor is at fault, it will set a fault code. the sensors are $100.00 each and u have 4 so guessing is a bad idea. here is a picture of the sensor and harness asssmbly from www.rockauto.com.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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