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My 2006 F150 abs light would come on after driving it for a few miles. I changed the rear sensor and it still didn't correct the problem. I had the brake pads replaced and cleaned the front sensors. I had an error code on the front right sensor and after having the pads replaced and the code check again, the error code was gone. I drove it for a little longer period of time and the abs came back on. Is there any other solution you might have to correct the problem with my abs light. Thanking you in advance Russ

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  • jaxtpr Apr 24, 2009

    The only code that would come up is from the right front wheel sensor. After we change the pads, the error code disappeared. I'm going to take it by while the light is on and have them check it again. Thanks for your response.

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It sounds like you might be having a problem with your Electronic control module. Are the only codes coming up just for the sensor? Have you recently cleaned your engine or driven in very wet weather? If so, water could have gotten into your connections at the modules and causing odd codes. I hope this helps. Jay

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