Question about 2004 Ford F150
Antilock Brake Sensors are at each wheel. They are mounted to the chassis near the back side of the wheel. They point at a toothed ring on the axle. This info is sent to the ABS computer which then decides if one wheel is spinning faster than any other whell. If yes, it pulses the brakes on that wheel to slow it down to the same speed.
The rear sensor is attached to the rear axle housing near the center. What do you need this info for?
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Posted on May 25, 2009
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