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My buddy has a 2000 1 ton, stock motor 5 speed, that the abs motor will not quit running. He pulled the fuse for it so it is stoppped now, but we cant seem to find an answer for it. Any help would be appreciated.
1997 2500, 4x4, 12v, 5 spd, 3.55 rear, DDP Plate, 4" pipe from turbo to tail, BHAF, What's a silencer ring anyway? Custom shifter, and a set of 14" train horns.
Mine had this problem a couple months back. There is a relay in the ABS motor that ends up frying and causes the motor to continue to run. I unpluged the power to the ABS motor and haven't had any problems since but there are alot of guys parting out trucks on here so you would probably find one. You woud need one off of a truck just like yours so if it was 4x4 with an auto would you need the same and so on.
__________________ SOLD!!!1999 2500 Sport QC 4x4 auto, 4 inch turbo back, Banks ram air, Banks Ottomind, BHAF and Heat shield, Banks Big Head Waste gate (37 PSI on HX35), 4.10's. Raptor 100, Transgo Shift kit, Deep pan, and Billet Double Disk Converter
I just got my module back from module master. Problem solved. I drove for several years with the motor unplugged. The ABS won't work, you'll have no warning if a unit bearing is going out, and them dummy lights may start to bug you.
For *130 bucks* they replaced the pos factory relay with a higher quality relay, and fiddled with a few other problem parts in the module. Pretty quick turnaround, and I get the impression they are a small business, which makes me smile.
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