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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Braking issue in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Hi, I have an 02 Escalade and have a problem at very low speed braking. Without fail when coming to ...
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    Braking issue

    Hi, I have an 02 Escalade and have a problem at very low speed braking. Without fail when coming to a stop, like right before your about to stop, it feels like the abs kicks in, pedal goes soft for a split second and the goes back to normal. This seemed to start happening after the vehicle had been sat up non running for approx 2-3 months. Any easy checks first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hetiloak
    Hi, I have an 02 Escalade and have a problem at very low speed braking. Without fail when coming to a stop, like right before your about to stop, it feels like the abs kicks in, pedal goes soft for a split second and the goes back to normal. This seemed to start happening after the vehicle had been sat up non running for approx 2-3 months. Any easy checks first?
    Could be the wheel speed sensors

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    Ok. One in each wheel. I'm running the car in the UK so there aren't a great deal of specialists around, is it a DIY check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hetiloak
    Ok. One in each wheel. I'm running the car in the UK so there aren't a great deal of specialists around, is it a DIY check?
    I would just replace them both because if one is acting the other may give troubles later on

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    Abs sensors replaced, problem solved. Thanks for the help/advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hetiloak
    Abs sensors replaced, problem solved. Thanks for the help/advice
    Glad to help

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