2002 Olds Bravada stalling after ABS light illuminates
My 2002 Olds Bravada has approx 78,500 miles on it. Within the last month, the vehicle has stalled while I'm driving it without warning.
The ABS light illuminates on the instrument panel and the driver information center message reads "service braking system." When I put the vehicle in park and turn the key to the off position, the vehicle immediately re-starts and the ABS light goes out after about a minute. I've had it at my GM dealer 3 times to have them diagnose the problem, but they can't replicate the stalling, nor can they get an error code on their diagnostic machine.
Because it has now stalled twice in active traffic situations, I'm more than concerned about the issue.
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IS this a vehicle speed sensor or on one of the wheels like an ABS brake sensor? Either way it is probably a faulty speed sensor. Are you having a problem or is this just something you noticed? If there is no problem it could just be a calibration problem or a miscommunication between your scanner and vehicle.
I suspect you have some loose connections or shorts in the wiring harness. I've had similar strange things happen with an Olds Bravada. Various transmission shifting problems, faults, etc. that all seemed to come from the engine's computer system getting incorrect voltages and readings due to wiring faults/shorts.
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