Question about 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Check fluid levels and if that is not the culprit then check sensors by unplugging them and using a voltmeter attach the leads to the wire ends and rotate tires and if voltage is supplied than the sensor is ok
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
I don't believe ABS was an option in 1988, is your vehicle an 1998? If so I've replaced many wiring harneses from the hub to the frame, even further on some to solve the problem. I work at a GM dealership so we have the connectors and make them myself.
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