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P2106 code appeared when I put my truck up to the diagnostic.

I have a 2004 For explorer, My 4x4 light blinks, and my ABS light is on along with the wrench light and the check engine light, Sometimes when I excelerate the ABS starts to stick, when I take the ABS fuse out the ABS stops acting up all though the performance is horrible when I drive. I had my Throttle body cleaned out and I replaced my air filter, I cleaned any corosion on my battery posts, I am stumpped on what else I should do.

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Mass air flow meter will effect your performance.Change that first.

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