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01-09-2005 06:35 AM
OneMoreTime
Monetary removal

Ah... those guys are good at that..along with several others that I can think of..

I will get the codes checked..or drawn as it were.. and see just what is going on here..

I can say I do enjoy brakes that work much better than running into a tree..

Thanks

OMT
01-09-2005 12:44 AM
Triaged When the warning light went on it stored a code. Take it to a dealer and they will be able to pull the code out of the trucks memory and your money out of your wallet at the same time
01-08-2005 09:59 PM
OneMoreTime
Anti-lock brakes

How can I test these things to know if they are working or not..??

Got an ABS warning lite which then went out..H'mmmm seems that I am not in need of re-lining the rears on the truck..

Thsi is on my 96 Ford f150 "parts chaser"

Thanks

OMT

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