Question about 1999 Ford Crown Victoria
Sounds like the abs sensor is malfunctioning and needs replacing.. To verify this.. remove the abs fuse in the fuse panel below the hood.. This will disable the abs system and your brake would work as if it was not abs .. Drive the vehicle and see how the brakes work.. if it eliminates your problem or works better you will need to replace the abs sensor or you can use the car without abs its up to you..
Posted on May 01, 2010
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