Northstar Engines and System Technical Discussion Discussion, 96 Eldo ETC I found the ABS computer cover...how do I get in it?? Do I force it? in Cadillac Engine Discussion; Hey all This one has been fun. Code TC0027, Front drivers hub. I replaced it and still have the same ...
- 05-19-09 10:20 PM #1
96 Eldo ETC I found the ABS computer cover...how do I get in it?? Do I force it?
This one has been fun. Code TC0027, Front drivers hub. I replaced it and still have the same problem. I've metered the leads at the fire wall connections and have 4.5 volts on the passenger side constant and 4.5 volts on the drivers side intermitent. I want to test the connections at the ABS, and replace it if nessecary. I've found the cover, but I'm having troubles getting into it.
- 04-06-11 12:20 PM #2Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): 1996 ETC
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Re: 96 Eldo ETC I found the ABS computer cover...how do I get in it?? Do I force it?
Lift the small stainless steel clip assembly by doing so the back part of the connector will raise slightly, to lift in that direction (up) when the connector is at about a 30 degree angle gently pull the connector towards the rear of the car and it will come loose! Be carefull re- connecting!
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