Question about 2004 Ford F150
This problem is on a 2004 F-150 FX4 5.4 AUTOMATIC (4X4) I have noticed a vibration in the front while driving, that gets much worse when the brakes are used. I jacked the truck off the ground and romoved the front tires. I checked for a warpped rotor, not the problem. Put the truck in drive while in 4x4 and reved it up a little and stepped on the brakes.. The front rotors came to a stop in a slow jerking motion. I could feel resistance and jerking in the pedal until they stopped spinning then it finally went to the floor. I figured they would come to an instant stop, it took about 10 seconds.. the pads and rotors look ok, any ideas?? Is this an ABS problem
Since the rotor isn't warped. Do you have grooves in the rotor? Are the pads evenly worn? You a bad front 4X4 C/V shaft will also cause this reaction.
I would just unplug the ABS fuse and it will bypass the system to regular old-fashioned brakes.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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