You don't say what year/model you have, but I think the symptom you
describe is most likely one or more malfunctioning wheel speed
sensors. Each wheel has a sensor which detects if it is locking up or
not...if the sensor is giving bad readings, it will prevent braking
even when the wheel is not locked. Good luck.
On Sat, 23 Aug 2003 22:20:26 -0500, "William Allen Morgan"
Now this one is weird.... I went out to the car to start it and found it
dead.... wouldn't even crank. So, I took the cables off the battery and sure
enough corrosion had gotten in there. So, I cleaned it out and then
reconnected.(Anyone got a suggestion for how to keep that from happening????
Would dielectric grease work???) Anyway, I recharged the battery and the car
started. Now here's the weird part.... I took the car out for drive and
oddly enough the problem with my Anti-Lock from the last post had went
If by "corrosion", you mean white crusty shit. Then that means that your
battery is leaking acid, which is drying out and forming a white crystal
like formation on the battery posts. The solution is a new battery.
I'll try to take it back but if I am stuck just buying a new one.... would
an OPTIMA battery be a better idea???? (I almost bought one when I brought
this battery but I had a hard time finding the right size for the car at the
local dealer for Optima batteries.)
OHHHH!!!!! Why????? Does GM do these things??????? I went to replace the
battery tonight and found out that the back of the plastic battery holder is
broken!!!!! Bad news is it looks like the radatior overflow and part of the
A/C is tapped into this thing..... it's all one unit!!!!!!! What is that
comming off the A/C compressor going to that thing??????
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