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Ford maverick hi, i suspect my 03 maverick 2l may have a faulty abs sensor as sometimes when i press the brake pedal it judders as though the abs has cut in and doesnt always brake very well

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  • aln74 Sep 22, 2008

    hi i have the same problem my brakes on the front left do the same .

    did you get your fixed !!! if so what was it & how much

    thanx



    aln74@btinternet.com

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    brake peddle seems to judder when you brake but only does it when you press brake slow and can year a nocking when braking

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I have the same problem. im told its the abs sensor ring. £300 to fix

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