Question about 1997 Lincoln Town Car
Sometimes it will be fine and sometimes it is fine until down to 5mph and then does it. There seems to be a little pushback on the brake pedal when I do it. They have plenty of stopping power. Pulls to the left when happening. email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is only a suggestion, if you used the cruise control lately, better have that checked, it might be stuck in the on position
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Sounds like false activation of ABS. Usually this is caused by to much variance in the wheel speed sensors side to side. See the wheel speed sensors on this vehicle generate an AC Mhz signal that is sent to the ABS module if it see's a 100 Mhz difference from side to side it interrupts this as a possible ABS event and will activate the ABS.
The ABS system turns off around 20 mph because you do not need ABS at slow speeds if you have this condition of speed variation and a signal to turn itself off at the same time it gets confused and you have a pedal kick back.
Inspect the sensors and the sensor rings at each wheel.Make sure you don't see any cracks in the sensor ring(will have teeth on the ring that passes the end of the sensor,this is how it generates the signal). Check the gap between the sensor and the rings on this model it is 0.040. If you don't see anything obvious the only other option is to measure the freqency of the sensors while the wheels are spinning at the same speed and compare them side to side.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: Hard break pedal
there is a bulletin in ford motor company about a vacuum hose from de brake system this hose dosn't have clamp and the new has it you need to take your mark lt to a dealer. you can see the hose under the truck beside the TR sensor a litte upper. sorry my english is bad
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Since the car still pulls left you need lower ball joints. This is a very common concern for that suspension , you should do both at the same time.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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