Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
Posted by Anonymous on
You have antilock brakes, don;t you?
That is why you are getting it. at least that is the source. If it's still under warranty on the hub job bring it back. The sliding calipers can stick and require a special synthetic grease... there can be a bunch of potential problems but it's likely coming from that area.
Bad wiring can always cause almost any check engine light, too.
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