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My anti skid sensor engages on my ford edge when I slow down to turn

Then it makes a loud noise (in driver floorboard area) and slows down. We may have by accident pushed the anti-skid button and the problem started. Now, it still does it even though the anti-skid light is not on. I've also read about the fuel pump sensor going bad and it may shut off the gas and cause the same type of problem? Any ideas?

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Im not sure about fuel pump sensor, but i would be looking at the abs wheel sensors or the abs wheel sensor pick ups. ive had the same kind of problem on a car b4 and its been the pick up ring broken which u can see it goes around the cv joint.as i have never worked on a ford edge im not to sure of the location of the pick ups

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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SOURCE: LOUD CLUNKING NOISE IN REAR WHEEL AREA WHEN TURNING LEFT

sounds like either a sway bar end link or shock, more towards the end link tho

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ummm that could very well be the fuel pump... you want to check the fuel pump fuse and also the solenoid thay do go out but most likely the fuel pump has gone out one way to check and see if its the fuel problem is to spray some carb cleaner in the air in take and try to start if it dos and dies that means your not getting fuel delivery also test your pump delivery pressure....the fuel pump is located in side the fuel tank...

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SOURCE: need to find fuel cutoff inertia switch in a 1996

it is locate under dash board. a little to the right of center it is about 3/4 inch by 1inch is proably red or orange with a push button on one side. push the button

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SOURCE: got 93 ford explorer have 4x4 push button type 4

There is a Shift motor that shifts it in 4wheel drive and also a shift mudule I believe on this year. Either one of these can be bad.

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SOURCE: 2004 Ford Taurus takes 15 min plus to fill fuel tank, help!

theres a problem with the pipe that goes from the gas tank to the gas cap.Look under neath and see if the hose is pinched or bent.Another cause could be who ever owned it before had the tank out and they messed up the hose when they put it back in but that is differently the problem..

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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