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Old 03-05-2008, 02:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anti Lock Brake light

Well my Dad's 2002 F350 is having some issues. He says the truck is making a "womping" noise and the anti lock brake light is on....He has parked it for now until we figure out what it could be. He read his manuel and of course it says to take it in immediately for service but if it is something we can fix or at least trouble shoot on our own I would prefer that
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Without scanning for codes, you could just jack the front end of the truck up and check each wheel for play. When the front wheel bearings go out, eventually it triggers the ABS code for that wheel. Find the one that is loose, and that is the one giving you trouble.
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I have a code reader (hand held) but I thought it would only read a service engine soon light??? If it is the bearings how hard of a fix is that? I usually like to try to do the work myself, but have not had to change them out yet. Between my truck, my dads and my brothers (all 2002 Powerstrokes) I have done lots of other repairs....brakes, rotors, calipers, fuel pumps, alternators, sway bar bushings, cps, etc. so I'm not afraid to get dirty and dive into something.
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It's not too bad of a job, but it is expensive. The bearings are non-servicable, so to fix the problem you have to replace the entire hub assembly at a cost of ~$300 for just the parts alone for a single wheel.
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You would'nt have a part number would you?

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A good reason to PM the bearings.

PS: what the H is going on in your aviatar? You beer bonging or is there some latent message there? Just curious...

With over 2500 posts you must have been asked this before so spill it!!
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A good reason to PM the bearings.

PS: what the H is going on in your aviatar? You beer bonging or is there some latent message there? Just curious...

With over 2500 posts you must have been asked this before so spill it!!
LOL, it's from the movie Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. It's Jim Carrey with a plunger over his mouth, the part where he found out that he had kissed a man.....
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You would'nt have a part number would you?

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No, unfortunately there's like 5 different ones.
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