Question about 2003 Ford Focus
First thing to do with any brake warning is to check the brake fluid level. if that doesnt solve it.... Take off your front tires and check the ABS lines that run to the spindle (behind brake rotor) and run your finger over them.
They tend to kink and they will throw your ABS light on. Just buy new ones, or splice them at the kink and use wire nuts and some tape to put them back together.
all fuses good, remove the airfilterbox chk 3 wires going under the box, they are all for the ABS system, they they tend to be worn off by the edge of the airfilterbox. It take about 20mins and its pretty simple to chk.
try these three thing one should work for you
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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