Where is the ABS fuse on a 2000 Silverado?

Where is the ABS fuse on a 2000 Silverado?

That is located on the frame rail, left side of vehicle and sits on top of the pump. Both parts are likely to be replaced together as getting the module off the pump can be difficult.

Why are the brakes on my Silverado not bleeding?

I recently had to replace all the brake lines in my 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD as well as all new calipers, rotors and pads. Now I despite everything ive tried, I cant get the brakes to bleed. Ive tried even letting the engine run while pumping and have my friend with a vacuum bleeder. Ive bled the master cylinder, but still nothing.

What are the brake lines on a Chevy Silverado?

The brake lines used in all GMT800 Silverado/Sierra/Suburbans are a copper plated steel tube. The lines are then coated with an “AlGal” coating to protect them from corrosion.

What are the symptoms of a bad ABS control module?

Common Bad ABS Control Module Symptoms. 1 1) Brakes Locking. The whole purpose of an ABS control module is to prevent locking of the wheels. If you notice that your wheels are locking up while 2 2) ABS Light On. 3 3) Brake Pedal is Unresponsive. 4 4) Increased Brake Pedal Effort. 5 5) Speedometer Fails.

Are there any brake lines that need replacement?

The brake lines in 1999-2007 GMT800 Silverado’s, Sierra’s, and Suburbans are very prone to rusting out and needing replacement. For individuals who live in “salt” states, where cities commonly salt the roads to prevent ice, the brake line rusting is even more common.

Do you have to remove brake lines to replace ABS module?

There are high pressures in the brake lines that should be respected if you find you have to remove them. Note: Not all ABS modules require the brake lines to be removed. This depends on the manufacturer of the car you are working on. Other than the removal of the brake lines, the procedures for replacing an ABS module are virtually the same.

How does the GM ABS brake system work?

The antilock brake system (ABS) is controlled by its own computer. When it senses a problem, the ABS module on the dashboard will light up. When the problem is fixed, the module will sometimes still stay on, and it will need to be rest. This is an easy process, and takes a few minutes to complete. Turn the vehicle off and put it into park.

What are the components of an ABS module?

An ABS module actually consists of three components — the electrical module with electrical solenoids, the brake line block, and the pump motor that builds pressures in the brake lines to be used during ABS braking situations.

Do you need to remove flare end of ABS control module?

Make sure all the brake lines are tight and the flare end is firmly seated as you tighten the brake lines. Sometimes, this can be an issue. If it is, you will need to remove the leaking brake line and take a closer look at the flared end.