Abs delete and autotrak transfer case

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by DallasTahoe, Jun 25, 2018.

  1. east302

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    You might try a post at gmt400.com, there may be a transfer case guru that knows the ins and outs.


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    Thanks atleast you gave me some info, hard to get any info out of this forum anymore


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    Chevytalk.org is another one, not a ton of traffic but may be worth looking at.


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    So after googling np246 and abs, it does seem that the two systems are intertwined, atleast the speed sensor parts. My only real concern is if I will have to ditch my proportioning valve and put everything back to stock or if I can just use the sensor side of things. Since the abs is only activated by the speed sensors and not the actual brake lines and pressures (I hope) maybe I can get around it


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    Saw your other post, so it’s all back together and the brakes are better now that it’s had the ABS bleed?


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    Yessir! Cost me $178 to do a full flush, rear drum brake adjust, bleed and abs bleed


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