Which sensor is the ABS sensor?? Sounds like you had a problem with a wheel
speed sensor..... These systems aren't as simple as you thimk they are. If
they were, I'd be out of a job....
Not you in particular, but it amuses me to look at an electronics 'experts'
VCR and see that it is always "12 o'clock - 12 o'clock - 12 o'cloc..."
Before you panic, check the brake fluid level in the reservoir. Next try
washing out the area of the front wheel hubs with a high pressure washer.
Then check the rear sensor (in the rear axle). Diconnect it and check for
On 31 Dec 2004 03:20:57 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (xxxxxxxx) wrote:
Sure can. I took my 2000 explorer out a year ago to play in the snow one day
and after getting snow packed everywhere, the abs light came on. I figured,
"oh great, I broke something".
After a few hours of melting in the garage, it was fine again.
I since learned that snow can pack around the sensors and cause them to not be
able to pick up the signal.
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