2004 Chevy Silverado V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 94448 miles
Last winter, I had 3 instances where my brakes failed to perform on slippery roads. I hit the pedal, feel it pulsate (as it should. Abs) but the vehicle takes much too long to come to a stop. I know that the braking performance can be hampered when the wheels are full of snow and/or ice, but after going right through a highway intersection with the pedal slammed, I was pretty freaked out. Apparently not enough to bring it in though. Lol! Spring came and it didn't happen again. I did pull the ABS fuse, brakes seemed better but the never-ending bell sounding from the dash and idiot lights are driving me crazy. Is that a brake booster issue or ABS issue in your opinion? Please advise.
have the same problem?
Friday, November 28th, 2008 AT 1:28 AM