Question about Chevrolet Suburban 2500
Need scanned the ABS module for codes to see if a sensor may be going bad or
you have a solenoid or pressure problem at the ABS controller or
Sounds like one sensor is reading different speed then the other. Have you checked the individual sensors at the wheels. Each wheel will have a sensor. Check the resistance in the sensor and the volts coming out of the sensor when you spin the wheel. You need to check it at the sensor though, because if you have no volts coming out of the sensor then your problem is probably inside of the sensor. Make sure all of the tooths ar still on the ring also (which is what the sensor reads).
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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