Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
ABS light comes on.Thumping and scouring or mild grinding sound. Pads replace on rear, pads and rotors replaced on front. I was told that the problem is commonly a Failed Wheel sensor.I've pretty much repaired almost everything on all my and my wife's past vehicles. Fords, Chevy's and Chrysler. Is this an expensive fix.
To answer your question, it is a little pricey, if you do it yourself, expect to pay $150.00 - $250.00 for that sensor. The problem is, in my experience, cant find just the sensor, you have to buy the whole stupid hub assembly that has the sensor already in it. But that being said its not hard to replace if you have some vehicle experience.
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