ABS and Traction

Asked by Jan 30, 2017 at 06:30 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1

Question type: General

Has anybody with the ABS / Traction Control
problem ever think of changing the ABS Modulator
that the brake lines are routed through?
I have changed the hubs on both sides twice in the
last 3 years . So I am going for the source instead
of wasting more money on hubs that don't take
away the problem. I hope this helps someone out
there

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The biggest problem I run into is there is no continuity in the wires from the wheel sensor plugin up a ways into the wire. It is right there taking all the road salt, water, mud, and the wire doesn't break but corrodes thus loosing its continuity. I just then replace the connector going into the WSS.

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