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Old 06-30-2010, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default Ls1 brakes on Lt1 now abs inop

Hey has anybody on here ran into this problem. I swapped my lt1 brakes for a set off a 99 trans am. I made sure to take the wiring for the hubs. Anyways I now have an abs inop light. I thought the swap kept abs or am I wrong.
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Do you have the wires running from abs module plugged into the hub? Make sure the sensors are clean. Checked the ABS fuse?
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Everything is plugged in. the fuse should be good. It was working before I swapped them. All the connections where clean.
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Did the donor car have a 3 channel or a 4 channel rear end? That might be the cause if you don't have the same rear.
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Did the donor car have a 3 channel or a 4 channel rear end? That might be the cause if you don't have the same rear.
I think he might be talking about the front brakes.

Did you replace the hubs or use the existing LT1 hubs?

If you swapped them, it could be possible to have a bad unit, try putting your LT1 hubs back in.
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I think he might be talking about the front brakes.

Did you replace the hubs or use the existing LT1 hubs?

If you swapped them, it could be possible to have a bad unit, try putting your LT1 hubs back in.

I used the ls1 hubs since I had everything from the donor car. I could have a bad unit. Would I be able to swap hubs from the lt1 brakes to the ls1 brakes.
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I used the ls1 hubs since I had everything from the donor car. I could have a bad unit. Would I be able to swap hubs from the lt1 brakes to the ls1 brakes.
The hubs will interchange, they are actually the exact same part number.
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