1997 Ford Explorer 6 cyl All Wheel Drive Automatic 103000 miles
I have had problems with my brake pedal pushing back up when I come to a stop & it makes a noise. The ABS light has never come on. I took it to the local Ford dealership & had it tested. They said the front left speed sensor & rear speed sensor were bad. I had the whole hub assembly replaced on the front left & the rear speed sensor somewhere else because Ford's cost was ridiculous. There is a significant improvement (when it pushes up it is not as forceful & it doesn't do it ever time I come to a stop now), but the brake pedal still pushes up. How do I eliminate the problem? Do I need to reset something? I disconnected the battery for a while, but no change. May it be that the right front speed sensor is bad too? Prior to getting it repaired I had pulled the ABS fuse (for approximately 2 years) so that I didn't have to deal with the brake pedal pushing up. But I don't want to continue doing that in case another brake issue arises.
have the same problem?
Sunday, April 4th, 2010 AT 10:21 AM