What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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  1. 95escahoe

    95escahoe Full Access Member

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    Badass truck


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    This is my abs module. Anyone seen or worked on one like this?
     
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    When u get random abs/brake lights on the dash. May also get a constant abs pump on too.I sent mine to a guy to fix after I pulled it. Cost like $60 but his turn time was quick and I didn't want to mess with it..money well spent IMHO.

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    You have this guy info. This isn't the standard abs module. This is what most of them look like. Mine has more magnets. shopping.jpg

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    So I noticed when loaded these djm springs are a little on the soft side. The stockers even with with the auto leveling not working still handled load well. I knew I needed to address this. I inquired about an air spring kit for lowered vehicles and they told me I need to measure. Once I got my measurement I ordered a custom fit kit for the rear coil springs. I figured it would be a good time to retire the probably original 200k mile shocks also.

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    Here is a pic of the stock shocks with the blown out air bladders plus the compressor that was mouted to the framerail.

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    Here is the rear end sagging, and the new air spring helper installed.

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    I routed the lines, T'd them together and ran it to a schrader valve i installed near the hitch. They fill up really quick with the shop compressor, think bycicle tire quick.

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    Oh yeah, I sent my daughter's VW ABS module out to get rebuilt a few years ago but can't remember where I sent it.
    edit: I just remembered, it was Module Master.
     
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    If someone I'm is smarter than me go. Not sure what the pink stiff is on the circuit board. I think it has something to do with the electrical contacts and helping the current. However it is not on all of them and I do not know if that's what would cause my ABS light to come on. Any ideas let me know. Took about two and a half hours of heat and freezing and cutting with two different exactly nice to finally get this open. Pretty sure it was hate and discontent used for the silicone to seal this up. [​IMG][​IMG]

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    [​IMG][​IMG] I also don't see any contacts that need soder reflowed does anyone else?

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    I think the pink is a heat sink material. Why did you pull it apart?
     
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    What are your brake RPO codes (J)? Just curious if it's related to active brake control or the 7200 brakes? I know I had to get different rear pads due to these options but not sure if it makes a diff on ABS modules.
     

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