Stabilitrack and ABS 2011 Lifted Silverado

Asked by Feb 12, 2017 at 06:55 AM about the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2011 lived 4X4 Z71 on 35's. Last year I went through a large puddle in the streets and ever since then my ABS and stabilitrak continues to go off. I am going to be taking it to a dealership shortly. I am wondering how big of a dent will my wallet face. I have already changed out the brake light sensor and that didnt fix a thing. Does anyone have any suggestions or recommendatinos/

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There probably going to find some bad wires running to the wheel sensors. More than likely they will replace the plugin that goes to the wheel sensor and wire harness. They possibly may replace wheel bearings also, good chance they are worn out due to the size tires. Then it will get spendy for you.

If you know off the top of your head how much am i looking at?


Your looking at $830 to $1450 if having them do both wheel bearings if need replacing.

ok thank you very much for you help. Lets hope that they can fix the problem for that amount of money.

I would like to update the diagnosis of what was wrong with my truck. They had to replace the wheel speed sensor and rewire it due to the tear in it. The mechanic made it longer and placed it in a different spot. Because of my life the wire was rubbing on the A arm mount and tearing it. So he just placed it off to the left of that where its isolated. With the tire rotation, wheel alignment, and the replacement of the senor I owed $300.00. I was very happy with the out come and once again thank you for you information.


Just what I said in my first post, glad you gotter fixed.

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