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Old 03-04-2012, 07:11 AM
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Abs Sensors on 03' F350

Good morning everyone-
I need some help with my 03' F350 superduty diesel. I recently went to the ford garage and they stuck it to me good! I Had them do a brake inspection. They had a laundry list of stuff wrong. I told them to do the bare minimum to give me brakes. They replaced the passenger rear caliper and brake pads and replaced the serpentine belt tensioner and pulley(un-related) to the tune of 832 dollars. They told me both front abs sensors were bad and that is what was causing my abs light on and to fix I had to change both front hubs to the tune of 400$ a piece. Here is my question: Can I replace the abs sensor going into the hubs without changing the entire hub assembly?
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Old 03-04-2012, 10:06 AM
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You'll get better faster answers to this and all your questions if you post them in the '99-'03 Problems forum.
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