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edward chastain

2007 silverado 4x4 c0035 c0040

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my 07 silverado codes 0035 c0040   left and right hub speed sensors not working   iv replaced the sensors  did not fix   then i replaced the hub assy both sides  light went out  got 4 miles lite and codes back     after do 7 hours of testing of circuts  i figured the module is bad   replaced module   still not repaired     any ideas ???


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Did you check the cables running from the hubs to the module? Check grounds as well.

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Is it a 2007 NEW body or 2007 CLASSIC body?  1500?  2500?  3500?   

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