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ABS SYSTEM ON STERLING DUMP TRUCK

THE VEHICLE HAS A FOUR WHEEL SYSTEM NOY A SIX WHEEL I AM INSTALLING NEW REAR WHEEL SPEED SENSERS THAT SOME ONE ELSE TOOK OFF SOME TIME IN THE PAST

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SOURCE: abs and brake lights both stay on

most likiely is a wheel speed sensor for the abs system that hasf ailed

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SOURCE: how to adjust clutch brake on a eaton 2800 series

This is from http://refrigeratedtrans.com/mag/transportation_replace_original_equipment/

"A good clutch adjustment begins by identifying the location of the bearing. It should be positioned 1/2" to 9/16" from the clutch brake."

"After the bearing is set, adjust the truck linkage to allow the clutch brake to squeeze a .010" feeler gauge between the bearing and clutch brake when the pedal is no more than 1" to 1.5" from the floor. Setting the clutch brake position too far from the floor reduces the stroke to the clutch and could cause release problems and reduce brake life.
All that remains is checking the free-pedal distance in the cab. With the pedal in the up position, there should be 1" to 3" of free pedal. The clutch is now adjusted correctly."

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: ABS LIGHT ON, SPEEDOMETER JUMPS TO 20 MPH EVEN IN PARK

Was the sensor an aftermarket one of did you get it from the daler. Aftermarket ones aren't always gapped right. After that check your ABS sensors. I can tell you how if needed. You just need a multi meter.

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SOURCE: truck will not go into four wheel drive when the

This is designed that way so that you don't damage the transfer case. All four tires need to be going the same speed in order to shift into 4 wheel drive. If you're spinning a tire then one axle is going faster than the other and it would destroy your t-case if it did try to shift. Same for when you're braking. You want to be off the throttle when you shift into 4 wheel drive. Idealy you want to be stopped, it's much easier on the transfer case if you are.

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SOURCE: abs light stays on 1995 chevy pickup

Probably want to check abs sensors on the back side of the wheels. Did you have a abs light on before the brakes where done?

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What will make my truck shut off while driving. The truck runs well, will shut off without indication. I can start it back in neutral or park, sometimes it will turn over once or twice then start.


its a brake failure system problem

those codes say
hey this truck doesn't have a working abs brake system
STOP this truck

abs module could be a leaky or failed pressure valve
wheel sensors ..dirty or insulation cracked

no rear speed signal is generated as abs system fails

P0440-Evap Emissions. code of is a different issue

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While stopping abs actuates at about 2mph


its the rear abs speed sensor located on top of rear axle, simply unplug and remove 1 bolt holding it on, pull it off, and put a new one on, the generic ones do not work many times or are short lived. Also you can unplug the wire plug to that sensor and the truck will not have abs, and will stop normaly on drye conditions, however you will no longer have the abs feature when on slick surface.

Sep 10, 2012 | 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

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Need instructions on installing an indicator #7l2z2c182a for 2006 Ford Explorer


SECTION 206-09: Vehicle Dynamic Systems 2006 Explorer/Mountaineer Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 11/03/2007 Wheel Speed Sensor Ring - Rear adobe.gif Printable View (134 KB)
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Item Part Number Description 1 2C182 Wheel speed sensor ring 2 4K138 Halfshaft Removal
  1. Remove the rear halfshaft. For additional information, refer to Section 205-05.
  1. Using a suitable driver, remove the ABS wheel speed sensor ring.
Installation
  1. Install the new ABS wheel speed sensor and the Wheel Speed Sensor Ring Installers on the halfshaft as shown.
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  1. Using the Wheel Speed Sensor Ring Installers, install the ABS wheel speed sensor ring as shown.
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The abs light on my 2000 buick lesabre will noy shut off we have changed brake rotors and pads what could the promblem be


The ABS system has nothing to do with replacing the pads and rotors, the abs is anti braking system the system is designed to keep the wheels from locking up when brakes are applied hard, . you will first need to have the abs computer scanned for codes, the computer will pick up a problem in the system and turn off the system and then turn the abs light on and last it stores a code in the computer, the code will tell you what part of the system has failed. the codes or code are very helpful in pinpointing the problem. the abs system contains speed sensors on all four wheel and a anti braking module and computer, the most common reason for a abs code is a bad wheel speed sensor. this is the most common problem seen, the code for example may read something like this poXXXXX right front speed sensors.again start by getting the codes,good day.

Sep 05, 2011 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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My service traction light is one and my abs light is on


The abs makes the traction control work so fix the ABS first. The most common thing thea haqppens are the wheel speed sensers fail. In the front wheels the speed senser is incorperated into the front wheel bearing. these bearings are well known to fail at about 100 thousand miles and can fail aqs early as 80 thousand miles and most all of them fail before 140. You might notice a roaring sound ( like noisiy treaded tires) You can jack up one front wheel at a time and get in the car as your driving it and put the car in gear and run the car ( not moving but thwe trie is turing and listen for noise. I fht e wheel makes a roaring sound that gets worse as you go faster that wheel bearing is bad. Don't go over about 50 as with one tire on the groung the other that is turning, is going twice that fast or 100 MPH at 50 on the speedometer. Do the same test on the other wheel and if it's quiter or quite just change the noisy one. Once changed you just drive the car and the new wheel speed senmser will be reconized and the ABS light will go out as will the trac off light. If your ready to change both wheel bearings do so as they both have the same miles on them just not nessarily the same potholes and other rough pavement that makes them wear out faster. If thebearings are quite then you need to inspect the wires coming outr of the back of the wheel bearing.. Thjese wires get into troble and get unplugged or break the wire. If you havwe asscess to a scasnner that will address ABS systems it'll point out the ABS problem. Things that happen other than the wheel speed sensers are fuses blown for other reasons. The accumulater motor failure or extreamly cold weather the accumulate motor locks up in cold and blows the fuse. Thwe motors seldom fail but they can and do. Some veicals are nerer serviced and the brake fluild accumulates moisture ( as it's supossed to) and peaple never get the brakeing system seviced and the old brake fluild can freeze in cold weather and start croduing things. The Traction control sysem uses the brakes to control wheel spin by puting on the brake on the spinning wheel. If the system notices a wheel spinning. (Using the wheel speed sensers) So until the ABS is fixed don't try to fix the traction control system as it truly is part of the ABS systyem.

May 18, 2011 | 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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How many sensors does my 2006 solara have


Dependa on the defination of the word senser. The main sensers that tell the computer what's going on and then thiers another set of sensers that tell the driver what's going on the ten are you just talking about the engine or the transmission or the brakeing system or the aircomditioning system. The ABS braking system has a fluild level senser, a wheel speed senser ( one at each wheel) if your solara has four wheel drive it's got a rear differantial speed senser and a transmission out[ut speed senser. then the sysyem uses sensers in other systems like the bdy control sysyem to get anbieant temperture and alaitude information and the stabitly system has a GPS conection and real speed and direction and conpass readings all used to just get the ABS system working and the traction control system That shares these sensers also has inputs from the engine conrol system as to trottle position and air flow and RPM and may require the engine control system to stall or satutrer the engine or even limit RPM to regain traction or get the vehical headed in the right direction. The air conditioning system depending on the yype of system installed and what factory it was made in and what country it was made for sale in can change the number of sensers that's in it quite highly. Some of the zone indepentant controlled fully automatic systems ( top of the line) can have as many as 5 temperture sensers alone never mind 1 or on some models two sunlight sensers. The freaon pressure sensers as many as four and no less then two. An RPM senser on the compressor clutch and information from the engine system as to throttle position( it turns the compressor off in wide open) and high RPM ( it turns the compressor off to prevent over speeding the compressor and to give the car all the power it can to go fast.) the evaporator temperture as to not allow it to freeze. amoisture senser as to direct dry air onto the windshield to clear it as a safty concern. I've not even begun to tell above the engine or the transmission or the theif recovery systems or the antitheif systems.

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ATI LOCK LIGHT ON BRAKES WORKING BUT DONT FEEL THE SAME AS NORMAL


Check Brake fluid level.

When the ABS light is on, the brakes should revert to standard braking.

The only time ABS should invoke is when the tires are slipping as sensed by the wheel speed sensors when the wheel locks up on any of the axles.
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ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEMS General Information Fig. 1: RWAL brake system diagram
Fig. 2:4WAL Component locations — except 1996 models
p>Fig. 3: 4WAL Component locations — 1996 models Fig. 4: Three sensor 4WAL brake system diagram — Except 1996 models
Fig. 5: Four sensor 4WAL brake system diagram — Except 1996 models
There are two basic types of anti-lock systems available for this vehicle; a Rear Wheel Anti-Lock (RWAL) brake system and 4 Wheel Anti-Lock (4WAL) brake system. The 4WAL system has two variations; a 3 sensor system and a 4 sensor system. The 2WD vehicles will be equipped with the 3 sensor system, but the AWD vehicles can be equipped with either. The systems are easily identified by looking at the rear wheels for a sensor harness. If there is a sensor harness and thus, rear wheel sensors, it is the 4 sensor system. If the vehicle is not equipped with a harness, it is the 3 sensor system. The 4 sensor system takes it speed references from each of the wheels. The 3 sensor system takes its speed references from each of the front wheels and the vehicle speed sensor located in the transmission (2WD) or the transfer case (AWD). The RWAL system components consist of the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS), the Electronic Control Unit (ECU), the isolation/dump valve and the Vehicle Speed Sensor Buffer (also known as the Digital Ratio Adapter). The ECU also receives signals from various brake switches. The 4WAL system components consist of the Electro-Hydraulic Control Unit (ECHU) valve (also known as the Brake Pressure Modulator Valve or BPMV), the wheel speed sensors, Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) on 3 sensor systems and the VSS Buffer. prev.gif next.gif

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Think i need to bleed abs system on ford expoler.


Sounds like the abs master cylinder area is in need of replacement if the abs fuse is removed and stops better.

Chattering can occur in an abs system when the system senses wheel lockup on that wheel and attempts to anti lock that wheel.

Could also be a wheel speed sensor not working, properly.

Hope this helps.

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Abs and brake lights both stay on


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