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Ok well heres the deal, my truck has been doing this since I bought it an today I bout ran into my garage door cuz of it. When you hit the brake pedal if you press it lightly its fine but if you hit the brake hard at any speed the ABS will kick in the the pedal starts to press hard an it makes the ABS sound an it wont stop, it will do this on icy roads OR dry pavement. I have looked over the hole system an I cant find any problems. No codes. Any idea's
2006 Mega Cab. 5"Exhaust,AirDog,62\65\12,Efi Live by cumminstuner.
1993 Reg Cab. 5x.012 injectors,4" exhaust,Meyer snowplow...
thats probably why my abs pump has been unplugged by the previous owner I haven't had any problem but if you plug it in, it runs constantly.
2001 dodge 2500 4x4 short box, 5 inch exhaust, edge juice with attitude cs stacked with a van aken, air dog 150, f1 mach 4s (150) hp, built auto transmission w/ the triple billet tq. duramax lockup actuator with the lock up switch hehe.2007 rims still adding.
try cleaning the speed sensor that is located on the top of the rear differential. if the sensor is dirty then it wont properly calculate wheel speed with the front thus causing the ABS to kick in... it worked for me!
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