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Abs light on all the time and when i go to hit my brakes to slow down i feel like the brake pedal is pushing back hard and then the abs light will flash on and off but the truck wont stop like it should when the brake pedal finally gives. just replaced all the brake pads and bleed properly

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So what your saying, is you lost, the last 30 years of technology?
You have no idea what ABS,Check Lights, and the likes are there for?
You have an ABS System failure. Maybe a Wheel Speed Sensor,you can do yourself.
Have to get code first and follow a trouble chart to diagnose.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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