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Join Date: Jul 2018
Location: Southern Illinois
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Thanks Steve. Guys I need some advice with what I found. Got a couples hours in on the truck this morning after work. Got it up on stands. Checked parking brakes- good, but made small adjustment while in the air. Rear wheels turn free, brakes good. Put in 4WD— put in Drive, loud clunk from right front wheel—ABS light came on. Has not done this until now. After the “clunk” 4WD operating quiet. Turns off and on fine with the 4H/4L switch. Drive Line rotating quiet. I removed wheels-can see the ABS cables attached to front calipers and going into the hubs. I disconnected negative cables for a couple minutes. Hooked back up, started truck- ABS light came back on. I know absolutely nothing about ABS! Now wondering if this it what was causing the steering pull on Jun. 29th after engaging the 4WD and a right swerve when applying brakes (which cleared up). I’m still going to change calipers & hoses but not sure what triggers the ABS, is it the hub? How do I check it? I’ve changed the 4wd spindle hub on an ‘01 Blazer before because the bearings were going out but with that I could feel the vibration while driving. I didnt feel anything out of the ordinary with the truck at 70 mph. Thank guys— I could use some direction to go.
2002 F350 7.3L / 4R100 - 4WD CC DRW 8 Box, AIH Delete, Gauges- Pyro, Trans Temp, Boost, Fuel Pressure, TS-6 tuner, Zoodad Mod, Mishimoto 31 row Trans cooler, Mobil 1 ATF, Trans return line ATF filter, Hutch/Harpoon Mod, Air Lift Load Lifter 5000 rear air springs, Rancho 9000 shocks, Timbrens on the front.