Question about 2003 Ford Focus
The abs and traction control lights stay on all the time when the vehicle is running. Neither are working when in slippery conditions. Would like to know how to fix, with out spending a lot of money.
Cheapest option would be to have the fault code read by a dealer or specialist. Its likely to be a wheel speed sensor but its finding which one that's the problem. You could disconnect each one and take an ohms reading across the connections. They should all be the same or there abouts. Change the one thats not. If your lucky the light may extinguish. If not the fault will need to be cleared using diagnostic equipment.
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