Question about 1990 Ford Econoline
This is a problem that needs immediate attention. The light is a warning that your Anti-Lock brakes are turned off to prevent them from operating inapropriately due to an error condition in the system. This could be a bad wire, faulty sensor, damage tone ring, ect... If you don't want to take your truck to a brake specialist, go over the back brakes very carefully and look for anything that looks worn or damaged. The tone ring is a gear like ring that is pressed onto the axel if this is damaged or badly rusted it will cause the sensor to get a faulty reading. If the sensor is out of place or it or it's wiring is damaged this will cause a false signal. It could be actual brake problems. Beyond these possibilities you'll need a diagnostic brake computer to find the problem. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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