my uplander 2005 abs service came on i did brakes rooters but is stayed of and came on again the pedal goes almost in more then hoe it usealy brakes somebody said it was brake sensor but i dont now ?

Asked by Flaco Feb 11, 2016 at 03:22 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Uplander Extended FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my uplander 2005 abs service came on i did brakes rooters but is stayed of
and came on again the pedal goes almost in more then hoe it usealy brakes
somebody said it was brake sensor  but i dont now ?

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Did you slightly pump the breaks once replaced? The pistons in the calipers need to get pushed out back to the break pads by pumping the breaks. If the ABS light still stays on then take it somewhere to have the code read by a scanner capable of reading ABS code. This will tell you exactly what is wrong.

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It could be a wheel speed sensor with broken wires or it's just wore out, if you live in a state where the winters collect deep snow on roads the sensors take a beating. Scan vehicle and go from there. Even if dash light isn't on there still should be a history code for ABS related issues in the past

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bleed the air out to get the pedal stiff again. takes 2 people, one to open the bleeder on each wheel caliper and the other to [ump the brakes 3 times and hold to the floor till the other one closes the bleeder valve..

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