About GM ABS Sensor
The ABS (anti-lock brake system) sensor, as the name implies, is used to detect wheel rotation rates, sending information to a computer that is able to compute brake pressure if one or more wheels should lock when you press the brake pedal. The Hall Effect is applied in the ABS sensor which looks at a toothed ring that is attached to the wheel or axle. There are multiple ABS sensors in your car. Here are some symptoms showing your ABS sensor may is experiencing failing: if the ABS warning light is lit when the car is started and it will stay one permanently; or if you test the brakes on gravel or ice, you cannot feel or hear the ABS mechanisms kick in, and the brakes lock up, you are supposed to stop driving and check the ABS sensor immediately. We are glad to offer you all GM genuine OEM ABS sensor with a discounted price.