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When coming to a stop the anti-lock kicks in, any suggestions?

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Sorry it took so long to get back to you.
First is the anti-lock brake light on! If so It might be a faulty anti-lock sensor or water in the plug making it give off the wrong reading or could be just unplugged

BUT If the anti-lock drake light is on have some one put a OBD2 reader on your truck

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