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I have a 1999 ford expediton Ocassionally when I use the brakes I get a metal crunching sound , the brakes feel like they are not working and the abs light comes on for a short while. It doesn't seem to do it for mechanicand brakes appear to be fine What could this be?

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I would look into a Front Hub Bearing, sounds like it to me.

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