Why do,2002chevysuburban have problems withabs brake lights

Kenny Hall
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Asked by Kenny Jun 10, 2014 at 02:50 AM about the 2002 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 LS

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Kenny Hall
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Why

Kenny Hall
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Donnt no moo

Tom Demyan
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When the ABS light comes on, there is a fault in the ABS system, it could be a faulty wheel sensor or the module itself. The Chevy Suburban isn't the only vehicle that has this issue. Fairly common on all vehicles nowadays. Have your truck diagnosed which sensor it is and have it replaced. Since your light is one a mechanic with the right scanner can scan your truck and pinpoint what the exact issue is. Get it fixed sooner than later.

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