Question about 2006 Ford Escape
It seems you have an ABS fault, that lies either with a sensor, the ABS pump, or ecu. The ABS is also run by a computer that takes inputs from wheel speed sensors, vehicle speed sensors, brake pedal sensors etc and operates the brakes according to the inputs from these.......you say the car has sat there for a while.,......surface rust could have accumulated on the senor magnets at each wheel providing a false reading.......i would remove the wheels and visually inspect the sensors......then possibly take to an autp parts place and get them to retieve the fault code to give you a better understanding of exactly what the fault is so you can rectify it as quickly as possible.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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