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I just changed my wheel bearing on my 2004 Aviator and now it has the following lights on ABS traction control off awd diable lock 4wd

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    I just bought 2003 aviator and never had a4wd or a awd when backing into a parking spot from a angle it makes noise andjumps a little am I cutting the wheel to mugh



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It looks as though by doing a repair yourself ( I'm glad someone still does) you probably disrupted the sensor for those indicator lights, a quick trip to the dealers programmer and everything should be fine and dandy.  Hope this helps :)

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