Question about 1994 Ford F350 Crew Cab
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 F350 ABS light
i had a problem with my abs light one night i had a brake line behind the driver front tire broke and it was leaking out all of the fluid and the abs light came on i replaced the line and filled up the master cylinder and it went away so check your lines and master cylinder
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
you can "try " to take it off not recommended though you could severly screw up the computer or even kill yourself or someone elese. leave it alone and take it to a mechanic that knows abs
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
I have done the brakes many times on my own 1994 Vic and never had a problem. Just start at the farthest brake in back and work your way forward. The drivers side front is the shortest line. If you do have any problems, I use a Vacuum handheld bleeder pump.
They make it nice because the 4 ounce cup that comes with it holds enough discharged fluid that you get very little spill, if any at all. You can gravity bleed them too.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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SOURCE: I have a 2004 F350
you may have a style of t/signal switch that is notorous for going out, so if your t/s lights are working and you're trying to hook up trlr wires just install saddleback wiring connectors and wire pig tails and connect them to your trlr light harness and remember, always hook up all 4 wires. 1 goes to R, 1 goes to L, 1 goes to Tail Lights and the other wire goes to ground.
All turn signal lights have 2 wires going to them and one is always ground. Same with the tail lights. The body of the vehicle is always the ground point, so@@@ with the switch on and either t/signal on hook up the trailer light on that side then switch the other side on to hook them up.
Then shut them off the t/s and turn on the tail lights so you can hook them up. And Black is always GROUND...
The color of the trlr hook up wires you use in any position doesn't really matter just so you use the black for the ground. A last note: If your wire harness doesn't have 4 wires just make sure to hook up a ground wire from the frame to the trailer hitch or trailer so you can get a decent groung thru the metal. Don't put grease on the hitch if you want a good ground with no ground wire connected...
Posted on May 14, 2011
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