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|Comment||Thank you Roland, that is definately better to hear than speanding $$$. I will give it a try and let you know in a few days if this helped.Side note** I did disconnect the connector by the passenger side brake light because there was this obnoxious sound coming from that area...like a pump was trying to kick in but was unsucessful...would make a whirring sound then kick on and off randomly. Disconnecting that plug stopped the sound, I noticed no other change...but this was part of the ABS system, just not sure which part....|
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