Re: ABS Dash Light Problem SOLVED!!


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Posted by BurbGuy (98.173.58.2) on 09:34:39 07/17/11

In Reply to: ABS Dash Light Problem SOLVED!! posted by drfife

Thanks for posting this. I hope I never need it, but if I do ...

Can the PDF be placed somewhere safe, so that we don't have to depend on justanswer.com to maintain it? The basic service bulletin number is #04-05-25-002.

BurbGuy

: The ABS and Brake dash light would illuminate on my 2002 Suburban K2500 after driving for a few minutes. The ABS brakes would work properly in slick conditions, even with the lights illuminated.
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: My code reader did not detect any codes.
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: My mechanic's code reader did find a C0265 code.
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: I found this GM Bulletin about the issue:
: http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/bassplayer360/2011-01-23_171708_chevy_truck_bulletin.pdf
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: I disconnected the battery, then disconnected the 2 wiring harnesses to the EBCM which is located on the inside of frame rail directly under the drivers seat. I traced the harness cables and found the frame ground. I removed the bolt, sanded and cleaned the connectors and frame, applied dielectric grease and re-torqued the bolt. For good measure I applied a small amount of dielectric grease to the 2 EBCM wiring harness connectors prior to reconnecting. Then reconnected the battery.
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: The ABS and Brake dash lights no longer illuminate after driving!!
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: Thanks goodness I found the simple fix to my problem. MUCH cheaper than replacing the EBCM ($1000!!).
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: Russell
: Dallas, TX




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