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ABS light on, 4x4HIGH flashing on and off, explorer feels like it is dragging like a transmission problem. anyone know anything? someone said a sensor on the rear axle?

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I have the same problem, I am replacing the rear ABS sensor on the rear differential tonight, I'll let you know what I find, (unless you fixed it already).

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