The anti-lock brakes engage when the vehicle is going very slow (walking speed), as when coming to a stop. Wheels are turning (without lock-up), and there is no reason for the anti-lock mechanism to engage. This is more than just annoying because while the brakes are rapidly pulsating, the vehicle is not stopping. For example, while creeping along and turning into a parking spot, the anti-lock brake mechanism began pulsation of the brakes, preventing the depression/actuation of the brake pedal, which disallowed the vehicle to slow down. I barely missed scraping the car parked in the adjacent spot, because I expected the vehicle to slow down and stop. I removed the fuse for the anti-lock brake system, and that prevented the problem from reoccurring (hydraulics work good), but the cruse control stopped working. I do not care about not having anti-lock brakes, but I do value, and want the cruse control. What is your recommendation on dealing with this. No ABS error codes in computer.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 AT 2:01 PM