Q: My ABS is making a lot of noise in my GMC Yukon 2002.

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My ABS module is making a lot of noise. I had to unplug it so the noise would stop. The lights turned on when I did that. The ABS light and the Traction light both turned on. How do I fix it? Should I buy a replacement?

My car has 19000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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