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Someone told me it has to do with the ABS, and that it can warp your rotars and do a lot of damage. I loosened the line on the master cyl. I can tell this, when at a stop sign in the winter, with the brake pedal held down, and the backs will still spin, with the tranny in D. i replaced caliper and they worked fine. navigate here

I needed 11 inch, they istalled 10 inch. There is a 15/16 nut that has to be unsrewed to remove the spring pressure on the Antilock brake plunger(Antilock brake valve). let0927 View Public Profile Send a private message to let0927 Find all posts by let0927 Register and never see these ads again. #2 12-27-2009, 11:39 AM Yrac diMwit So, about a year and a half ago i bought new roders.

I think it's the brake shoe adjusting screw (number 15 on the image): I also checked my wheel cylinder for leaks (and no leaks) and noticed that the pistons are pushed McCuistian 309 views 27:01 Replacing rear brakes on a Ford Ranger - Duration: 13:48. But now he's not 100% sure with the new info I just gave him. If I pump it quick it will stop hold for a few seconds than the tires start rotating.

The old one was definately bad because now we can easily bleed fluid from the rear brakes and the ABS is functioning now. I don't know what's going on. I have almost hit the car in front of me twice now. I'll service my drums brakes soon when I'll get the whole parts.

Ford Tech hotline stated that one sensor probably reading "dirty voltage" checked voltage readings each wheel speed sensor while braking. One wheel sensor was inconsistent with the others so they changed out speed sensor.($480)But... Brake fluid not getting to rear wheel cylinders !! LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread #1 04-16-2012 Thread Starter rchoungping Member I am: Raihau CHOUNG PING Join Date: Apr 2011 Location: TAHITI Vehicle: 1997 Ford ranger 2.3L

power booster? Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? If there was a major broken seal, the brake pedal would hit the floor. Add to Want to watch this again later?

Una-Ford-Able08-31-2005, 08:02 PMSorry the real name is (rear anti lock brake valve). Quote: What do your rear shoes look like ? Sometimes when i apply the brakes it makes a grinding noise, like that of a pad rubbing on rotors. the condition is still there so I returned to Ford dealer.

It needed new front brakes badly, so replaced rotors, and pads. check over here Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Brakes Test 8 - Ranger ABS problem McCuistian SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe4,4954K Loading... Aftermarket Products Air Intakes, Air Filters & Ram Air Audio & Video Systems, Navigation, Satellite Radio & Mobile Electronics Ford In-Vehicle Tech Added more dot3 and pumped brakes POP brake line near gas tank broke due to corrosion(rust).

Is a silicone based grease would do the trick ? + 0 - #13 04-24-2012 Blhde Member I am: Blhde Was here Join Date: Oct 2005 Location: Northern I get only a few drops of fluid when trying to bleed the rear brakes. Also, bleed the whole system start with the farthest away wheel cylinder and work to the master; RR, RL, FR, FL What do your rear shoes look like ? http://bookread.org/ford-ranger/2008-ford-ranger-heater-not-working.html Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Home Ford Ranger Forum Tech Articles Other Articles Featured Rangers

OK if they always snap, I'm reassured. Cost was $690 cdn. Sign In with Edmunds Sign In Register Categories Recent Discussions Activity Best Of...

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There was fluid being sent there before because it was leaking fluid. expertvillage 385,725 views 3:25 Brakes tests 7 and 8 ABS and a War Story - Duration: 27:01. Register All Albums FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search vBLive Search General Technical & Electrical General technical and electrical discussion for the Ford Ranger that does not fit in any other If #1 doesn’t work then wheel cylinders are cheap and #2 is the best option.

thanks. Brakes - When I drove the truck home, no problems with my brakes. I'm going to check on it in a few to see if the fluid level has changed. http://bookread.org/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-cargo-lights-not-working.html Password Register Forgot Password?

So I did remove my left (driver side) drum cover to see what's going on inside and I found out that a spring was broken. While doing the brake work, I had the help of my grandfather who owned a brake shop for 25 years. Makes parking lot driving a bit scary. 0 · Share on Facebook «123456» Go Sign In or Register to comment. All was fine until my left rear brake cylinder failed blew apart had to drive it home 45 miles.

Password Register Arcade FAQ Community Calendar Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List iTrader Go to Page... When we went to bleed the brakes, NO FLUID WOULD COME TO THE BACK BRAKE LINES. Your method sounds good I'll give it a try tonight and see if it works on mine. FordTechMakuloco 8,023 views 7:11 Diagnosis the rear ABS sensor on a Ford Explorer with C1235&Cl236 - Duration: 6:26.

My truck has about five wires going to the abs thing. Can someone direct me to a link showing the sensor in the hub?Thks 0 · Share on Facebook buster15 Posts: 38 July 2007 Off to the Ford dealer this a.m., this I'm going to try to bleed it more but it is starting to look like I need a new RABS hydraulic unit. Have you pulled the Master Cylinder and checked the seals? __________________ '88 STX Super Cab 4x4 2.9 5spd 180,000 miles Crappy Paint, Worn Parts, Fix'em as they Break when Nowhere is

hondaxr650 View Public Profile Send a private message to hondaxr650 Find More Posts by hondaxr650 08-13-2010, 07:17 PM #9 robertc1024 Member Join Date: Jun 2009 Location: San Marcos, Community Links Photos & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... I am going European. I don't know if maybe it's the calipers or something.

Join Date: Feb 2011 Location: . Lines pre-flaired, with already installed are readily available at any parts store, as are adaptors and front and rear brake hoses They come in an assortment of lengths and diameters.