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Current problem with 98 Expedition: When slowing down from approx. 30-40 mph (without using the brakes). I often (but doesn't occur 100% of the time) hear a clicking sound coming from the underside of the auto. Not real loud, but seems to be once for every rotation of the tires. All fluids changed 3000 miles ago, and new E brake pads installed, no problems evident then.

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Maybe a wheel speed sensor contacting sensor ring. for ABS

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