My abs lights on and my brakes hit the floor. then heater dies
1998 mercury mistique ls v6. the abs light comes on the dash. my brakes feel like they have no pressure when car is on. they go to floor when running or driving. pretty much no breaks and they lock up. Also when i hit the breaks hard the heater stops working? it's minus -36 cel here in edmonton,ab right now and slippery.. i have new pads,calipers,rotors,fluid is good, fuses were blowing the 60 amp fuse runs the heater motor and the abs break system.. i changed fuse still pops and no heat. ther linked but wut the hec is going on? wut do i do?
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The noise you hear from the brakes? is it a scraping grinding noise? if so your metal to metal on one or more of your wheels and that can cause the ABS to mal-funtion. If the brakes are good then it sounds like the ABS module is failing. I wouldn't remove the fuse because other systems may be relying on that fuse to work. Find the ABS module and dis-connect it. To find out more information on your ABS system go to your local library.
Had the same problem with my 2002 Lincoln LS, it was a bad wheel speed sensor. The right front wheel bearing had some play in it, so I had the hub assembly replaced. The hub assembly comes with a new wheel speed sensor attached. After I replaced the hub assmbly with sensor, the ABS and Traction Control lights went off. No problem since!
Yes you can. Open the glove box then "lightly" pry the the sides of the glove bix inword. If you do 1 side at a time it makes it a little easyer. When you open the glove box, if you look between the box and the dash you should find a white plastic stoper on either side. You can "lightly" pry the box to move it past the stopers and it will flop open exposing the blower moter. note: empty the glove box before you do this. I know any idioty would know to do this right....... not this one. sometimes i amaze my self at how stupid i can be LOL o well..... hope that helps :)
yes it is safe -your brakes will work normally only difference u will see is if u hit[stomp] on the brake hard will cause wheels to lock up[skid] check the sensors wiring ,connections and connection to clips the sensor is incorporated into the wheel hub but the wiring and clips connections are exposed which can get damaged or hit by road debris -if u remove the wheel will see wire running into back of rotor --to replace will have to replace the whole hub[wheel bearing] average price about $80 for part if diy
on the 93 there is a problem with the abs system. there are several things that could be wrong. if i remember correctly the module is behind the passenger side kick panel. you will find a single wire coming off the module. if you ground it then turn on the key it will flash the brake lights in the dash. count the flashes this is the code for the error. it will help in the repair. as for the second truck you have a leak that needs repaired.