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2004 Ford Escape XLT has ABS engaging for no reason under any type of road condition. I can be coasting and I'll hear a ticking noise, when this happens I know when I touch the brakes I'll feel the ABS engaging.

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yeah my abs has flashed for years now= bad sensor wont affect your driving

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verify all tire pressures are correct this can affect abs traction control on your vehicle

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2004 ford escape drivers window will not go up or

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