Question about Ford Explorer
Yes and No. When ABS get activated it gives a pulsation of fluid pressure to that wheel it detect through the sensor that is at lock up. It prevents brake lock up and keeps you straight with the ability to steer. If you are smelling brakes you need to check the pad a caliper can stick or even a binding rear wheel cylinder.
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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