Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
If its making a grinding noise that's usually the sound that worn brake pads will make when there extremely worn.As far as fluid that is leaking there are only 4 things that are fluids that would leak.A gas line,brake fluid, water and the power steering pump. You can eliminate gas,water and power steering fluid since it happens at all 4 wheels.Also since your ABS light comes on this is a problem with the brake system.I would pull off your tires and inspect all of your brake hoses,calipers and wheel cylinders for any kind of leaking seals and leaking fittings.As far as The light that you will have to have cleared by a service station after he extracts the code for that also.
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