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Old 03-13-2018, 11:18 AM   #1
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4x4 e350 ABS module problemos

Hi! Pulling my hair out trying to get this 1994 460 e350 ABS module to play right with the solid front axle. Itís intermittently fine/locking up rear wheels. Donít know what to do. Can anybody help me please? Cam in San Diego.
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Old 03-13-2018, 11:41 AM   #2
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IIRC, forum member mgmetalworks is highly knowledgeable in getting axles and ABS systems to play nice together. Also possibly the guys at U-joint Off-road.
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When if locks up, is the ABS lights on?

Were you having issues before 4x4?

Usually rear end locking up is because the ABS sensor in the diff is failing. Sometimes cleaning them works, but if you still have the stock sensor, you should replace it. If the ABS light is on, a shop can read the ABS code, and that will definitely help narrow it down. If you get the rear speed sensor code even with a new sensor, it's mot likely a broken wire between the frame and axle. This happened on both mine and my brother's.
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Thanks for the tips.

The front axle does not have an ABS sensor iirc.

The ABS light is aways on.
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