I'm not sure how the brake control module assimilates with the abs system, I w I understand imagine brake light at least to come on, but I'd you didn't cause the brake to size up, briefly, or a similar abs trigger, I can't imagine the abs light to come on for that.I took my 2013 cruze into dealer because the check engine light came on and the codes were read at Autozone as P0106, P0171 and P1101. On the way to the dealer the stabilitrac light came on as I pulled in. The dealer diagnosed it has a camshaft cover leak and coolent leak (both covered by powertrain warrenty) Then they said the stabilitrac light was on because the Electronic Brake Control module was not communicating (siting code U0100) and told me it would cost over $700.00 to fix that. Does this sound feasilble and wouldn't the ABS light come on if that was the problem? I am thinking of taking it to another mechanic to fix that problem. Also the diagnostic cost is $130.00, shouldn't that be covered if the problem had to do with the powertrain under warranty or will they charge me for that since they claim to have found this additional issue.
I had a similar part, "abs control unit" go in my buddies Buick verano, granted different cars, however no abs li g ht, a brake light came on though.
Considering the diagnosed the stabilitrac light and found someone not covered through power train they'd charge you a diagnostic fee
I would Def finely get a second opinion, maybe don't drive the car with a brake related issues though, and I wouldn't bring it to a speedee or meida's lol
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