Question about Chevrolet Monte Carlo
I am unsure if the brake lines are one piece or consist of rubber line and metal ones. If only one part of the brake line is used check at the wheel's end if it freezes up when you step on the brake to check for debris or dirt blocking the fluids.
This may also still be related to the ABS system but there are a number of items that may affect the ABS not to work properly. Check the sensor that was replaced if it sends signals or current when the wheels are spun. It may just be a loose wire or bad wiring somewhere.
I would suggest to use a scanner to to connect to the diagnostic of the car. The engine's ECU and the PCM should be scanned. TRAC control is connected to the PCM and its operation affects the ABS. Engine issues may also affect the ABS as the computers in the car use sensor signals for them to work an error may affect their operation. Some shops would let you use their scanners for free. Autozone would let you borrow theirs.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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