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THE 1ST THING TO CHECK I BOTH SPEED CONTROL SENSORS LOCATED ON THE BACK SIDE OF YOUR WHEEL HUB...SOMETIMES THEY CAN BE CLEANED..TRUN WHEEL HARD RIGHT FOR RIGHT CABLE HARD LEFT FOR LEFT CABLE...PULL PIN OUT THEN CABLE VERY EASY TO REPLACE
does it make noise when turning ? when installing new power steering pump with both front tires in air on jack stands or jacks start and fully steer right fully steer left repeat a couple times and shut off now pump is bled place on ground and test....by turning take a drive....
Sounds like you are describing that they work sometimes and then they dont? Very normall condition. Your trun signal relay is bad. Right side of your steering column look up to the right. Ford hides them in a small plastic box about half the size of a cigarrette box. pull of the cover and you should find a blur relay. Replace it. They are trickey to find and you can overloook it. Above the trans hump up in the dash, sometimes the are on the frame work of the dash.
This light should turn off if you replace the pads with pads that have the indicator wire on them. The light truns on when you wear the pads down to the wires and the wires break and cause an open circuit that turns on the light. If your new pads have the wires and are installed correctly, the light should turn off by itself.
brake pads are one of those things that just dont last forever, using excess braking will wear them faster, not a hard or expensive fix to do yourself, just tell an auto parts store year make and model, they will give you the right pads, jack it up remove the wheels, take the old ones out and put the new ones in exactly how the old ones were, sometimes you need to turn rotors, and usually pads come with this gel to put on the pads. maybe 2 hours for the inexperience mechanic.