Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
The fuse should be in the under hood fuse panel.The other thing you can do is disconnect the power wire to the ebcm.The ebcm is located on the passengers side below the drivers door area.Just unplug the 2 wire connector.It is the red and a black wire.About 10 gauge.The top part of this unit is the electronic brake control module and it is the cause of the motor running continuously.The problem is that water gets in to this and shorts out the unit.There are only 4 torx screws that hold this on but they are not easy to get at and sometimes they strip.I believe it is a number 20 torx bit.Hope this helps.Good luck.
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