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2002 Ford Escape, 2WD V6

My abs light and brake light are on - Never had this problem before but it was after a 2 hour drive with constant gas - brake, gas - brake - could it be the ABS sensor?

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    My abs light and brake light are on - Never had this problem before but it was after a 2 hour drive with constant gas - brake, gas - brake - could it be the ABS sensor?

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Check to see if you have had your car serviced for the ABS recall. You will want to do this timely as it is a fire hazard.

http://auto-recalls.justia.com/content/07V156000-FORD-ESCAPE-2001.html

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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