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Maybe something came loose..Being you cannot scan the vehicle..You may have to start over..Revome each drum make sure the wheel cylinders are in contact with the shoes..Then make sure the connector wires didnt pull out of the connectors...Also check the master cylinder plunger ..Make sure its not stuck Its located in the cap instead of the resevoir..
If the abs light comes on before the front wheel starts acting crazy then it sounds like a different problem..Because when the abs light comes on it turns the system off..it shouldnt activate while the lights on..Check out that wheel and make sure there is no other problems
I've got a 2000 ram had the same problem.... first i changed the master cylinder .... i thought it was the abs valve ... before i spent the $200..... i asked a buddy he said the brake booster was bad changed it and the pedal felt like it did when the truck was new....
The only adjustment is for the pedal itself. There is a master cylinder at the top of the pedal that makes the pressure which travels thru the metal line to a rubber hose to a metal line which goes to the slave cylinder which is what actually pushes the clutch rod in the transmission. Sounds to me like your problem is in the Master cylinder part. It is like the brake master cylinder, there is a rod with rubber cups on it, and it sounds like the edges of the cup folded over backwards and hung up inside the cylinder, when you forced the pedal back up they folded back the right way, and now they are **** up a little making them not want to push as easy. This problem will happen again, so You better start pricing a new clutch master cylinder. From what I saw while researching this It looks like you can buy the master and slave cylinder as a set. If any pieces of the master cylinder rubber cups came off during this they may work their way thru the system to the slave cylinder and cause problems there as well.
The reason behind thinking its the master and not the slave is, if it were the slave that hung up the pedal would have come back up since it has a spring on it.