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Im gonna go with a sensor plug being loose or a sensor went bad. If your brake pedal is solid and plenty of fluid in the system. Only other thing it could be is a air bubble in the abs box if to much fluid drained out during the install.
You might have air in the system.
Pump the brakes until you cant move the pedal
Have a friend pop the screw open.
Once pedal hits the floor
release pressure on pedal
For this process to work you must start at the rear pass tire, then rear driver, then pass front, then driver front.
2005 F350 4x4 CC LB Lariat
Engine: Puking ModIntake, Innovative SCT Tuned, Straight Pipe, Zoodad, DIY CCV.
Exterior: 8inch Rize 4Link, traction bars, Deaver Leafs, Raceline Rims, 37inch Toyos M/Ts, Leer Cap, Bushwacker Pocket Flares, Tints, Lights and little stuff
Interior: Isspro Gauges, Leds bulbs , Livewire, Overhead DVD, Aftermarket alarm/remote start