Question about 2001 Ford Windstar
Sometimes their is a code of no pwer to the ABS module. usually it has power just the module is bad. Also check to make sure that yours isn't leaking brake fluid down the wiring harness to the ABS unit.( under the drivers seat) This is a known recall that can cause the ABS to short out and cause a fire hazard. If it is not leaking it is not part of the recall but look into checking the ABS modulr for power.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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