Well it turned out we were both correct, I had been leaning towards the ABS as well. This is what happened, I took it down to my very reliable wonderful mechanic and he put it on the machine to bleed the whole system, that improved it about 75% but still had a little vibration and a buzz that came and went. So when I took it to test drive it I made a right turn heard something pop and then the ABS light came on, and the buzz and vibration went away, which meant the ABS had deactivated. So I went back to him and told him what happened. Turned out that I needed a new wheel bearing on the driverside (which we knew about but weren't ready to "commit to") and the ABS sensor inside that hub had broken off. So now its good as new, especially since we had to do Freeze Plugs back in December. Thank you!
Friday, March 19th, 2010 AT 5:30 PM