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ABS Sensor.

Having a hard time locating anything that shows where the ABS sensor is on my 1995 Ford F-350 7.3 liter PS Diesel.
I have found in text that it is on the differential not the wheel housings.
Would that be a single sensor for both rear wheels or one for each wheel?
Anyone have a photo of the sensor(s) so I would know what I'm looking for when I get a chance to actually look?
And how hard is it to change the sensor(s)?

After I start my truck. the ABS light comes on and stays on. I am assuming it is the sensor(s).

The brakes work fine. This winter I will find out if the ABS system works at all. Nice iced up parking lot will test em good. Assuming we get any snow or ice this year.

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post #2 of 3 Old 11-15-2012, 04:18 PM
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it is a single sensor on top of the rear diff. it is fairly easy to find just follow the wires to the plug.
to change just unplug and remove the single bolt, i think it is a 10mm but it has been a while since i had o change one, and pop it out.



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Thanks. Greatly apreciate the help. Sounds real simple and cheep fix.

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