Question about 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche
This is your electronic brake control module(ebcm).This is the module for the anti-lock brake system.The module is located on the inside of the frame just below the drivers seat area.The problem is the electrical part of the module.This is the top part of the module and you don`t have to disconnect any brake lines.It also isn`t in the easiest of places to work in.The 4 screws that hold it down are torx head screws and being in the area that they are in it can be difficult to remove because of rust.The other thing is this module is not cheap.If you don`t want it to drain the battery and don`t want to fix it right away then you can just remove the abs fuse in the under hood fuse panel.But you will not have anti-lock brakes.Just the regular brake system.If you do decide to replace it make sure you clean the area very good before starting because you don`t want dirt to get into the module when you take off the top part.Remember do not undo any brake lines.The fuse is a maxi fuse this means it is one of the big ones.Hope this helps.and let me know if you have any more questions.Good luck.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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