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Old 01-14-2014, 03:42 PM
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I don't have front ABS

Apparently my truck did not come with ABS, can I just put on new hubs and plug it in or would I have to program the truck to recognize the front ABS? Is it even possible?
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Old 01-14-2014, 04:05 PM
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Oh NO! You'd have to add All Sorts of Stuff...

Can't be worth doing unless you had a "donor truck" around. It's not the PCM that's responsible for the ABS, there's a Big Unit between the left battery and headlight assembly. Then a Bunch of plumbing,,, I don't think it could possibly worth the trouble
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Are you certain? I thought all 4x4's had ABS


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Oh NO! You'd have to add All Sorts of Stuff...

Can't be worth doing unless you had a "donor truck" around. It's not the PCM that's responsible for the ABS, there's a Big Unit between the left battery and headlight assembly. Then a Bunch of plumbing,,, I don't think it could possibly worth the trouble
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If I have to add all sorts of stuff then no it's not worth it. However just out of curiosity, what sort of plumbing?

Yes I am sure, no ABS cable from the hub. I don't know why I don't have front ABS, I just don't.
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There is RWABS and 4WABS options for these trucks.... it is flat out NOT worth it to upgrade to the 4WABS, and I'm the guy who did power windows/locks with factory stuff, and a 6 speed swap. My donor truck had 4WABS and I considered it... but very quickly decided eff that
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Old 01-14-2014, 04:43 PM
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There is RWABS and 4WABS options for these trucks.... it is flat out NOT worth it to upgrade to the 4WABS, and I'm the guy who did power windows/locks with factory stuff, and a 6 speed swap. My donor truck had 4WABS and I considered it... but very quickly decided eff that
Man, those pics of the power window upgrade are crazy. My power windows and locks are acting up now. I guess that's on my list of soon to do. I don't really feel I need 4WABS so no I'm not going to go through the headache of it. Nice truck though man.
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yeah lol it was definitely not a fun few days
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I just replaced my passenger side hub a few days ago. I have 4wabs. Can anyone explain why the hub for a 4wabs truck is 1/2 the cost of one without?
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I just replaced my passenger side hub a few days ago. I have 4wabs. Can anyone explain why the hub for a 4wabs truck is 1/2 the cost of one without?
My guess would be the same reason that on an 04 Excursion the hub with fine thread lug studs is about 100.00 more than a hub with coarse thread lug studs. And no idea why there is a difference as to which one is the right one other than matching the rest of the wheels.
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My 2000 does not have ABS. It was an option in 2000.

I like the fact it does not have it. One less thing to worry about.
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