Question about 2002 GMC Sierra
2002 Sierra with a 6.6 Duramax Diesel and a 6 forward one reverse speed manual transmission.
Problem started with ABS kicking in at low speed when coming to a stop. GM maintains my vehicle is not part of the speed sensor corrosion re-call even thought I am in Ontario. One day the ABS and Brake light came on. I assume the ABS is not working anymore because it does not kick in at low speed anymore. Other problems which I think are associated: My speedometer; I will be doing 100km and it drops down to 30km and at the same time my radio volume drops and if I apply my brake the pedal is right up and very hard to push down. My tach works fine, in fact I use it to know what speed I am doing. 2000 RPM in 6th gear is about 100km/h.
SOURCE: right rear wheel locking up
okay you had brake work done!!! "THINKING" that was the problem originally right rear wheel locking up! okay,,, so doing brakes has not solved your problem! I would maybe look into rear end bearing??? do you have any load road noise from rear and do you have rear end fluid in differential? question to you was the baking plate ""WET"" looked damp? or moister get at it!??? seal might have leaked all fluid out??? all the above would be good place to start! good luck I hope this info helps you out.Happy new year.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Have you by chance checked your fluid? If not, you may want to do that, it could show that you need brakes if it is low. If that doesn't do it, the mechanic may be right about a sensor, but just the wrong one. Hope that helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 yukon denali abs problem
does the abs light come on ? there was one cause on the van that i owned (ford windstar) that can happen to any vehicle. the ring that the sensor reads from can become crack. that causes the teeth to not be aligned properly. just curious... have you had your brakes replaced recently ?
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
SOURCE: 97 sierra ABS problem
ABS comes on all by it self at low speed braking, A GM defect with their brakes!!!! Sensor thinks the tires are locking up an puts on the ABS, my advice pull the ABS fuse the brakes work better!!!!! Sensor is **** never had a problem with my Honda's ABS I sent a letter to GM 0 response, never will buy one again!!!
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
SOURCE: trailer brake controller problem
I found the problem. Talking with a technician from the controller company, we determined that it was a fuse problem. I found that the fuse to the CHMSL was blown.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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