Hey folks... Should have known when the "illuminated interior"
function started acting flaky that something was up. I put it down as
a balky door jamb switch but was wrong. ABS light now lit steadily on
the dash panel. Diagnostics at a local dealership puts it down as a
bad ABS relay. Couldn't find a part number for an ABS relay. Turns
out that this relay is located in the EBCM, some sort of Body Control
Module. Turns out this module controls all "body electrical" systems
(dome/courtesy lights, illuminated interior, radio, etc.) and as an
added bonus includes the ABS relay.
Quoted cost for repair was $781. I'm wondering if any of you folks
have done this job and can provide guidance as to location of the unit
and its general level of "pain in the assedness" when it comes to
removal and replacement. Also, any avenues of part acquisition OTHER
than my local Chevy dealer would be greatly appreciated. Seems my
local Autozone and PartsAmerica don't have it on their shelves.
SysOp: The Lost Chord BBS
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