Some time ago my ABS pump would not stop running after I turn my vehicle off and my check engine light, brake light, and ABS light was on. I pulled the fuse to the ABS motor and drove like that for two years. Now the brake pedal slowly goes almost to the floor when brakes are applied. A new master cylinder was installed yesterday, but the brake pedal still slowly goes to the floor. I can stop the car with mild pumping action. There are no leaks in the brake system. I was told there's a problem with the ABS system. Do you think it is the small aluminum part that feeds the ABS motor housing or is fluid getting by past something in the ABS motor housing? When I go to get another control module, do I need some information from the old unit to match it up?
have the same problem?
Thursday, April 20th, 2017 AT 12:15 PM