Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
How do you adjust or ensure that the sensor is in proper calibration? I have changed brakes for years but never saw an ABS sensor on this assembly. Just removed the old pads and hardware and installed new ones.
Thanks for any help!
If this has rear abs,the sensor on the rear axle housing might be bad.low brake fluid can also cause the abs light to come on.check the resistance of the rear abs sensor.if it reads more than 100 ohms,or is open,replace it.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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