How to Troubleshoot Chevy Truck ABS Diagnostic Codes?

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To trouble shoot a Chevy Truck ABS diagnostic code, you will need a diagnostic scanner with ABS (Anti-Brake System) codes. Most scanners for OBD (On-Board Diagnostics.) The Data Link Connector for the scanner is under the steering wheel. The code descriptions should be in your vehicle manual. If not, they can be found at Wells Vehicle Electronics website.
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