1999-2007 General QuestionsGeneral questions related to 1999-2007 Super Duty trucks. If it doesn't fit the other categories, post it here. Gas engine discussion that pertains to all models is allowed. Specific gas engine questions should use the Gas Engines forum.
does anybody know why my abs light comes on and stays on .I have a 99 powerstroke with a 7.3 6 speed manual trans. I have checked codes and their is no code stored. I only have a rear diff sensor . Any help would be nice. Thanks Russell [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shrug.gif[/img]
'95 F250 ext cab long bed, PSD, 5 speed, 2 wheel drive, 3.55 gears, 286,000 miles, Edge Evolution CTS (LINK TO MY REVIEW), LUK clutch, homemade REAR BUMPER, open element AIR FILTER, 36" ARE contractor cap. With tools, full of fuel and me on board (300 lbs) steer 3620, drive 3860 total 7480.
Hope this helps,mine comes on sometimes in the winter after running thru a deep puddle of water(couldn't stop- traffic had to do it)at a good clip,light was lit up for a few hours one time, a day or so others,before I could get it for service went out by itself at start-up.
I assume it dryed up and reset when the key was switched off/on.
99 f250 PSD stock as possible ok just a fumoto,and bilsteins
My abs light would come on periodically, and on a panic stop, allow one side of the brakes to grab while the other side wouldn't. I thought I was going nuts, because it didn't do it every time. Took it to my brake shop (I was prepared to just have them do a complete 4-wheel brake job if it meant not having the problem). I have 4-wheeel ABS, so they crawled up under the front end and snugged up bolts that hold the abs sensor in place on each front wheel. They did the same thing on the rear (only one sensor on the rear). That was in February, and i haven't had a problem since. So, maybe just snugging up the bolt that holds the abs in place, and making sure the plug is firmly seated, is what you need to do. Hope this helps.
Y2K F250 CC PSD Auto, Short-bed Lariat, Woodland Green/Gold, ordered 07/10/99, born 09/12/99, delivered 10/08/99, RollX bed cover, Bed mat, Zoodad mod, Viper Remote Start Alarm, Fumoto valve, undercoated, 131k somewhat error-free miles (so far) [never back to dealer for anything] , Edge Evolution (testing 60 HP setting), Pioneer DVD/CD/iPod/XM satellite
Repairs: CPS, Water Separator Valve assembly, rear axle bearings, VSS, batteries, brakes, alternator, serpentine belt (x2), all 4 power lock actuators, water pump, air conditioning lines
2009 VW Tiguan 2.0 l turbo 200 hp gas engine (TDI engine not available for it yet)
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I would post in the 99 and up general forum, this is not the place for this question.
Dave / Believer45
[/ QUOTE ] Dave?? THis IS that forum! (Unless it got moved and I didnt know that,,,,lol)
ERC,,,, I would replace that VSS sensor on the rear diff. It is not expensive and really on a 99 that the MOST Common thing that can cause the ABS light to come on,,,(I really dont know what else would,, unless it has a GEM module...)
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