My anti-lock brakes engage when I am moving no more than 2-3 miles per hour. This only happens occasionally. Everything looks goods regarding my brakes (pads, etc.). They engage just fine in the snow and on wet surfaces, as expected. But frequently, as I pull up to a stop light or stop sign, the ABS will kick on for just about 1 second right before I come to a complete stop.
Any ideas on what might cause this? I took it to a couple shops, one wanted to replace a bunch of things for ~3k (not going to do that), and the other said they couldn't find anything wrong or even reproduce the issue. My brake pads/rotors are all in great shape, having been replaced less than 20k miles ago.
Driving a 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71 that is going to break 300k miles this afternoon.