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2005 jeep grand cheroke limited with A hemi, been to the dealer more times then I can count, and still to this day the same problem. The service elect brake system light illuminates intermit and so for we have wiped the ecm, that didn't do it, next was the right front wheel speed sensor, not that then we replaced a brake pedal sensor. Two days later right back to square one

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The braking force of the rear wheels is controlled by electronic brake distribution (EBD). The EBD functions like a rear proportioning valve. The EBD system uses the ABS system to control the slip of the rear wheels in partial braking range. The braking force of the rear wheels is controlled electronically by using the inlet and outlet valves located in the HCU. The HCU is a Hydraulic control unit. The HCU consists of a valve body, pump motor, and wire harness.

Did they check for DTC (diagnostic trouble codes) in the system? if so, what were they?

Accumulators in the valve body store extra fluid released to the system for ABS mode operation. The pump is used to clear the accumulator of brake fluid and is operated by a DC type motor. The motor is controlled by the ABM.
The valves modulate brake pressure during antilock braking and are controlled by the ABM.
The HCU provides four channel pressure control individually to all the front and rear brakes. Each of the four channels control the rear & front wheel brakes individually.
During antilock braking, the solenoid valves are opened and closed as needed. The valves are not static. They are cycled rapidly and continuously to modulate pressure and control wheel slip and deceleration.
During normal braking, the HCU solenoid valves and pump are not activated. The master cylinder and power booster operate the same as a vehicle without an ABS brake system.
During antilock braking, solenoid valve pressure modulation occurs in three stages, pressure increase, pressure hold, and pressure decrease. The valves are all contained in the valve body portion of the HCU.


PRESSURE DECREASE The outlet valve is opened and the inlet valve is closed during the pressure decrease cycle.
A pressure decrease cycle is initiated when speed sensor signals indicate high wheel slip at one or more wheels. At this point, the ABM closes the inlet then opens the outlet valve, which also opens the return circuit to the accumulators. Fluid pressure is allowed to bleed off (decrease) as needed to prevent wheel lock.
Once the period of high wheel slip has ended, the ABM closes the outlet valve and begins a pressure increase or hold cycle as needed.


PRESSURE HOLD Both solenoid valves are closed in the pressure hold cycle. Fluid apply pressure in the control channel is maintained at a constant rate. The ABM maintains the hold cycle until sensor inputs indicate a pressure change is necessary.


PRESSURE INCREASE The inlet valve is open and the outlet valve is closed during the pressure increase cycle. The pressure increase cycle is used to counteract unequal wheel speeds. This cycle controls re-application of fluid apply pressure due to changing road surfaces or wheel speed.

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

  • GetMeOttaHere Nov 09, 2010








    Number 4 is the HCU control unit

  • GetMeOttaHere Nov 09, 2010

    Please rate the free info I have provided,Thanks and keep me posted by adding comments to the page. Good luck and let me know if you need more info and if there any trouble codes stored in the PCM?

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