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My brakes pedel trembles

I just got a 2000 max we had to change the engine and when im driving my brake pedal trembles i had to disconect the ABS fuse for it to stop and my service engine light wont come off either what can i do (I cant pay for a dealer)

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For some reason the abs is applying itself prematurely. This could be happening for several reason
1. bad abs sensors (4) one in each wheel
2. bad axle (if axle was replace make sure that its a abs axle).
3.Bad abs Unit or abs computer.
Have the vehicle put on scanner and check for fault code. Auto-Zone does this check for free then you can take it from there.

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