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it could be very hard to pinpoint. Register Today It's free! This box will disappear once registered! Dismiss Notice LOW Speed rollong to a stop ABS issue. Someone suggested to me that the front wheel bearings could be loose or bad causing the air gap to widen under certain turn or suspension travel conditions. a few months later I lost a rear brake line replaced it and flushed the break fluid.. navigate here

i guess that's where the volt/ohm meter comes in? DannMarr View Public Profile Send a private message to DannMarr Find all posts by DannMarr #4 11-24-2009, 04:32 PM big green Ford Tough Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: Yea I had the same ABS issue as you.. Join Us! FRF Store Register Ranger Pictures Community Today's Posts Search Welcome to Ford Ranger Forum Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Forum Rules Search Forums Show

Ford Ranger Anti Lock Brake Problems

I didn't have a ABS light on but if there was a code it should remain in the system for 50 starts with out ABS issues.. It's as if some type of pulse is being sent back through the OBD II that zaps the scan tool. go to make a left turn into my driveway again, and the steering wheel is shaking like crazy in my hands. George George W, November 7, 2011 #3 DrinkingWhiskey New Member Joined: November 7, 2011 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 City, State: MI Year and Model: 2001 Explorer

Who has cursed my family? __________________ wilson Last edited by wilson; 12-13-2009 at 03:46 PM. Try puttting some weight in the back or stopping a little easier. I had shared info with Buster15 there in the past. 0 · Share on Facebook kiyochan1113 Posts: 1 April 2007 bad caliper same thing happened to me. Ford Ranger Abs Sensor Testing My cousin garage mechanic claims the abs sensor is in the rear punkin but it may be somewhere else as some of you have experienced.

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Ford Ranger ABS Defeat Switch Kory's Rides SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe2,3362K Loading... 2000 Ford Ranger Abs Problems I wouldn't drive the truck in the condition its in. 0 · Share on Facebook runninghorse Posts: 5 September 2007 Yes I checked the fluid level. The front and rear diffs. The ABS system intermittently activates when stopping on dry pavement.

They were installed incorrectly at the factory originally just as the transmission was. 2001 Ford Ranger Abs Light Reset When the brake computer see's the wheel isn't moving it begins to pulse the brake calipers on that particular wheel. Ford Tech hotline stated that one sensor probably reading "dirty voltage" checked voltage readings each wheel speed sensor while braking. The first one covered the problem mentioned above.

2000 Ford Ranger Abs Problems

vegibenz 165,672 views 9:37 Diagnostico y reparacion de ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) - Duration: 6:32. But so far it looks like the best place to ask my question. Ford Ranger Anti Lock Brake Problems There is a post on here somewhere regarding this, and it states the issue occurs due to the distance between the sensor and geared wheel in the hub. Ford Ranger Abs Light Stays On Goog luck with yours ..Will never buy a Ford with the auto tranny again.Many with the same issues all over the net.

Is the wheel bearing a likely cause? http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-gas-gauge-not-working.html However, occasionally, when the speed gets below 4 mph, the ABS activates and the scan tool screen is totally blanked out. Tires all the same size and aired to 29psi , wear is even.. Just happened to me exactly the same way, please respondFrank 0 · Share on Facebook brutus1750 Posts: 1 February 2007 I have the same problem. Ford Ranger Abs Sensor Location

Moral of the story is don't buy the cheap hub bearings. the wheel speed sensor is probably the cause. The symptoms stated don't add up to a "voltage spike." The test you suggest may identify a bad computer, but also may not. http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-tachometer-not-working.html Where are the sensors located?

Must be down due to the high sales and turnover of wheel hub assy's.Dave 0 · Share on Facebook rangergirlie Posts: 4 August 2007 I recieved my ranger in 2005 with 2001 Ford Ranger Abs Brake Problems I gave him a perfectly good way to check if the ABS module is working and it doesn't cost a dime to do it my way. I'll give your fix a try..

really don't want the lines off that long with the abs,even if I plug the holes for a short period while installing the lines.

Couple parts later: drive line(busted off on freeway on ride home), battery(owner left dome light on, and fuel fill pipe(someone cut to siphon gas). Napa guy told me he went through all this on his truck and you can't swap out the new sensors to your old unit bearing.. ( I know Ford may not It will take some time to compile all of the names, distances, and photos, but we hope to get a page put together dedicated to it in the upcoming future. 2004 Ford Ranger Abs Problems Loading...

It reads brake system and OBD II codes, but make sure your vehicle is on the provided application chart. I replaced all the brakes, bleed, and re-bleed. you should check your difff fluid while you are there mine was down a quart. weblink These vehicles set front wheel speed sensor codes for both the left and right front wheels.

It's better to have regular brakes than a faulty ABS. This is easy to see on a visual inspection. The wire harness is pulled tight when the steering reaches the end of its travel. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

George George W, August 25, 2012 #16 handyman_JH New Member Joined: March 1, 2014 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Year and Model: 2000 Ford Explorer Ever get Reason: add interesting info wilson View Public Profile Send a private message to wilson Find all posts by wilson #14 12-13-2009, 05:53 PM CALI-RANGER Silver Bullet!! However, some older rear wheel drive vehicles will use one sensor for the drive axle like the WSS on the right. Last edited by laz; 04-12-2012 at 06:04 PM.

This reluctor ring looks like a gear with teeth on it. modelageek View Public Profile Send a private message to modelageek Find all posts by modelageek #11 12-03-2009, 05:21 PM CALI-RANGER Silver Bullet!! Just changed front passenger caliper, and bled the brakes last week, and then again tonight and still experiencing this issue. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

My cousin garage mechanic claims the abs sensor is in the rear punkin but it may be somewhere else as some of you have experienced. It's not difficult. SO, on to my issue. Is there a way I can tell if it's the left or right front sensor?

First tell us what Make you're interested in. Theres no reason to pull the diff cover off as it bolts on from the outside.