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2000 ford expedition xlt, 2WD. anti lock brake indicator on. fluid ok, brake disk look ok. disconnected battery, still comes on. lines to both front wheels and rear look in good shape , appears the front have a second line to them, could be speed sensors.

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YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE ABS DIAGNOSED. IT IS MORE THAN LIKELY AN ELECTRICAL FAULT OR COMM PROBLEM. POSSIBLY ECU OR A SPEED SENSOR. MOST COMMON TRY TO REPLACE DIFFERENTIAL MOUNTED SENSOR ON REAR DIFFERENTIAL, MOUNTED RIGHT ON TOP OF DIFFERENTIAL,CAN'T MISS IT HAS WIRE GOINF TO TOP OF DIFF AND HAS 10MM BOLT HOLDING IT IN.

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obviously not or you would have brakes

there is still air in the lines and that can be from a master cylinder that has an air lock and is not allowing fluid to pump

Take it to an accredited brake specialist for diagnosis and brake bleed

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I don't I have ever replaced an ABS fuse. Most likely you have a bad wheel sensor. Have the codes read. You will still have brakes until you get it repaired. Just not anti lock brakes. Meaning that the wheels will stop turning if you hit the brakes hard enough.

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I believe the fluid/brake light is only intended to indicate the parking brake is on or the master cylinder reservoir is low . ?????

Wrong !!!!!! problem's with ABS can also turn on that light as well ! Take it a have codes checked .

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a Master rates about a 5 out of 10 with 10 being the hardest

you may find the hardest part is the actual bench bleeding of the master
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the replacement of the reservoir

These are the instructions from my service manual, but I do not remove the fluid prior to service steps 2-6

  1. Disconnect battery ground cable. Disconnect electrical connector from filler cap.
  2. Remove fluid reservoir filler cap.
  3. Raise and support vehicle.
  4. Remove front wheels.
  5. Remove dust cap and loosen bleed nipple. Connect a bleed tube to bleed nipple and into a suitable container.
  6. Pump brake pedal until all fluid is expelled. Tighten bleed nipple.
  7. Lower vehicle. Install brake fluid reservoir cap. Remove air cleaner and air cleaner outlet tube.
  8. Disconnect central electrical box electrical connector.
  9. Remove central electrical box retaining screw.
  10. Remove central electrical box and relocate to air cleaner area.
  11. Disconnect brake fluid feed tube. Disconnect brake lines.
  12. On models with anti-lock brakes, disconnect brake lines from Hydraulic Control Unit.
  13. On all models, remove brake booster vacuum hose.
  14. Extract master cylinder from vehicle.
  15. On models with manual transaxles, remove clutch hose from brake/clutch reservoir.
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DOT Type 3 or better. Look at the brake fluid cap - it will tell you there.

Anti freeze? Go to your full service auto parts store or your authorized Ford Dealer to get the proper anti freeze for your Expedition.

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Sounds to me like you have an intake gasket or a vac line leaking. Get a can of brake cleaner or starting fluid (brake cleaner is preferred) and spray it around the engine with it running at idle and listen for the engine to rev up. if you spray is near the intake and it revs up, time for new gaskets. If you spray it away from the intake, near a line or something, and it revs, start looking around there for a broken line. if you fined one, it can be easily repaired with a 2 inch section of rubber tubing about the same diameter. just slip the line into the tubing and it should work just fine.

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I would pull the fuse for the ABS hydraulic pump and then put it back in and see what happens. Don't ever recall a pump running. Dealer may need to hook up scan tool for diagnostic fault codes, DTCs.



Principles of Operation
The ABS control module receives wheel speed readings from both front wheel speed sensors and the rear differential speed sensor, and processes this information to determine if an ABS event is necessary. The wheel speed sensor electrically senses each tooth of the ABS sensor indicators as it passes through the wheel speed sensor's magnetic field.
The ABS control module continuously monitors and compares the rotational speed of each wheel speed sensor indicator and, when it detects an impending wheel lock, modulates brake pressure to the appropriate brake caliper(s). This is accomplished by triggering the hydraulic control unit (HCU) to open and close the appropriate solenoid valves. Once the affected wheel returns to normal speed, the ABS control module returns the solenoid valves to their normal position, and normal (base) braking resumes.
The ABS control module is self-monitoring. When the ignition switch is turned to the RUN position, the ABS control module will do a preliminary electrical check, and at approximately 20 km/h (12 mph), the pump motor is turned on for approximately one-half second. Any malfunction of the ABS system will cause the ABS to shut off; normal power assisted braking, however, remains.
Inspection and Verification — Scan Tool Communications Check
  1. Verify the customer concern by carrying out the Drive Cycle Test.
  1. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical and electrical damage.


Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
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  • Tire pressure
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    • fuse 23 (10A)
  • Battery junction box
    • fuse 102 (50A)
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  • Ground integrity
  • Harness routing
  • Wire chafing
  • Circuitry open/shorted

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  • Anti-lock brake control module (2C265)
  • Front anti-lock brake sensor (2C204)
  • Front anti-lock brake sensor indicator (2C182)
  • Hydraulic control unit (2C219)
  • Rear anti-lock brake sensor (2C190)
  • Rear anti-lock brake sensor indicator (2C189)
  • Yellow ABS warning indicator

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