I have a 2005 Chevrolet express 3500 that needs to have the brake pressure modulator valve replaced according to a local Chevrolet dealer. I would love to have them fix it, but I cannot afford the price they want to charge. I have worked on cars for a long time; I have just never had to change a brake pressure modulator on anything. The vehicle in questions is our family's only transpo, so I have no choice. I am respectfully requesting any advice or are there any special things I need to know(for example: you must align the camshaft dot and the crankshaft dot with the number one piston up, I learned that the hard way at age 15 and had to take the top half of my small block Chevy all back apart.)I truly just need a diagram as to where the brake pressure modulator valve is located, I can handle the rest. The manual I have access to at the moment does not have repair instructions for this in particular problem. Thanks for any help!
have the same problem?
Tuesday, August 16th, 2011 AT 12:06 AM