I've got a 2005 Suburban (160,000+ miles) and I'm hearing a running pump noise that I think is the ABS pump, but I'm not sure? I have a Service Stability message in the DIC that comes on when I put the truck in drive and hit about 5mph. The noise is present whether the ABS fuse is pulled or not. I have no dash lights unless the fuse is pulled. I've also replaced my front hubs (Timken 515036) in the past 2000 miles or so and this behavior hasn't changed. As my speed increases I hear a PPPHHTTT (blow air out of your mouth between your lips so they vibrate against each other fast) noise that seems to be coming from under my drivers seat. As I slow down the noise changes to something slower like ticka-ticka-ticka, and stops completely as the truck stops. I pull away and the cycle repeats. If it's the ABS pump shouldn't that not happen if the fuse is pulled? This truck also has Autoride but I've replaced the shocks with Bilstein 5100's, kept the height sensors connected and wired in resistors to simulate the electrical signals from the original shocks. The compressor pump by the rear axle looks like it's half corroded away so I don't think it can run, but maybe it is? The sound seems to be coming more from right under me though, but maybe that's an illusion. Any thoughts? Could pulling the EBCM and having it re-soldered be a cure? Thanks!