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Dually conversion help

Hey guys. Need some help. I just finished doing a dually conversion on my 02 f350. I swap my 10.5 for a like year Dana 80. Every thing went very well thanks to what I have learned on this site. My only problem is my abs light is now on. It was not on before. I went to ford and put the right Dana 80 connection on so it would work. It fits in the abs sensor on the d80 just fine. I clear the code and it comes back on with out driving.

I think maybe the d80 sensor may be bad? Did i wire the conection wrong? Is the ring tone gear different for what the computer thinks? Any help would be great. I hate lights on my dash. Don't know if this is important but I changed gears from 3 73 to 4 10's. Thanks chad
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Sorry I can't help you but I would really like to read more about the conversion. I have a 02 350 as well. Good luck with the ABS help.


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I'd change out the sensor or find someone near you with the right one who'll let ya try theirs out first. Some places won't take back electrical parts if they've been installed. Good luck


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you put a new sensor in the axle? i had one go out, brakes still worked just not very good, best place for sensor pointing right direction was pep boys as i hit 3 places for it, easy install. and belive me could still be a bad sensor, guy in local group got a bad cps right out of the box, who woulda thunk huh.

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Hey sorry its been forever for me to respond to my one question. I ended up replacing the sensor in the rear diff and every think worked great. I feel I got really lucky because if it did not work I had no other options and had just sold my 10.5 rear end. I guess we all get lucky some times. Thanks for everyones help.
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