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The check brake system and ABS come on for no reason and then the car dies, it is very intermitt, you never know when is going to happen, when checked by mechanic no codes show and they tell me to just drive it till the light stays on.

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Had a similar problem. Check the ABS wheel sensors and wirring to them. I had that problem when i tempered with my hubs

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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SOURCE: The ABS light stays on

You may need to make sure that Ford Factory pads have built in sensors on them. In many vehicles these built in sensors will cause the abs and brake lights illuminate when the brake pads wear down to a certain point. Also make sure to check your brake fluid regularly. I used to work for a Infiniti dealer in the service dept. When the brake fluid was low it caused the brake lights to come on as well. Just a few things you can check out yourself before taking it in to the dealer to check for codes. 

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: ABS light on 2003 ford explorer stays on

It could be a wheel speed sensor. have your brakes inspected. good luck

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 1998 Ford Contour ABS light and one wheel partially braking

could be but not likely. sound like abs pump or abs ecu failure. to make sure check DTC's

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Taurus, 90K, used car, engines shakes, ABS goes on

Are you getting any codes from the Check Engine Light? This sounds like it could have something to do with a sensor. Check your air filter and make sure it's clean. The tach on my 1999 doesn't really work, but it hasn't coincided with other driveability problems. The engine doesn't change in it's RPM's, the tachometer just stops working. Have your charging system checked. The shaking might be coming from bad fuel pump operation, clogged fuel filter, or dirty fuel injectors. Try putting an additive into your gastank to clean the injectors (a bottle of Seafoam is great for this). Try calling your local Autozone and see if they do free trouble code scanning. This might help lead you in a better direction.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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