2001 Chevy Silverado, 2wd, 5.3 engine, 232,000 miles, front hubs with integral sensors replaced about 20,000 miles ago. Now when I brake, and just before coming to a complete stop, the ABS kicks in. Doesn’t happen if I brake hard. If I let up on the brake momentarily, it stops and the rest of the stop is smooth. Sometimes the brake and ABS lights come on, but when I had the OBD hooked up, there were no stored codes, and the brake and ABS lights go off once you turn the ignition off and then restart the engine. I suspect the problem is with the sensors for the rear wheels, but don’t know where they are located. There are no wires going to the rear wheels or the axle.
Tried pulling the fuse for the ABS system, but that makes the brake and ABS lights stay on constantly.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated. I try and fix things myself first, but this on has me stumped so far.