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Old 02-28-2010, 09:55 PM
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2 -vs- 4 Wheel ABS.

Familiar with identifying front ABS, but is there a simple method of determining 4 wheel ABS?
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Old 02-28-2010, 10:28 PM
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What year is your truck? Moist of the Ford trucks either have Rear ABS or 4 Wheel, so If you have ABS up front, you should have 4 wheel...
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Look on your rearend if it has a the speed sensor right there then yes you technical have 4 wheel abs. It just compares front wheel speed to pinion speed and adj from that. Been a few years since I worked in a ford shop but this is how I remember it working. If im off here someone will chime in and call me out on it lol.
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Look on your rearend if it has a the speed sensor right there then yes you technical have 4 wheel abs. It just compares front wheel speed to pinion speed and adj from that. Been a few years since I worked in a ford shop but this is how I remember it working. If im off here someone will chime in and call me out on it lol.
Calling you out on it. I have the speed sensor in the rear and no front ABS. It's nice in the snow, sucks everytime else.
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:36 AM
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Per another post, sounds like front ABS means 4 wheel ABS. Thanks for all the input!
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:42 AM
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Calling you out on it. I have the speed sensor in the rear and no front ABS. It's nice in the snow, sucks everytime else.
Dang it Let me refrase that if you have front abs then your rear sensor is on the axle
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