I have a question about ABS... Last year, I replaced my rotors and brake pads for my front brakes. When I put it all back together, my ABS engages all the time from 10 mph - 6 mph. It started to mess up my rotors (not really bad), but enough! Finally, I removed the ABS fuse to get my ABS to stop engaging itself every time I braked.
About a month ago, I got a new ABS sensor for the driver's side, and installed it. Now... Every once-in-a-while when I brake and get to about 2 or 3 mph (just before coming to a complete stop), it engages, and pulls slightly to the left (and the light never comes on). It is not near as strong as it was before, but it's still a major pain!
I read around here, and someone said that it could be the wheel bearing... Is it possible that I need to clean around the sensor, or that the ABS is too tight.
I've also seen about the rear differential wheel sensor, but I don't know if that'll apply to my 05 xl 2wd.
Any feedback is appreciated. If all fails, I'll just remove the fuse.
2005 White XL 2.3L Auto RWD 167K miles (and counting)Amsoil: all fluids and grease, K&N air filter, air silencer removal, N2, acetone, headlight mod, homemade air dam, 06 mirrors, antenna delete mod, black-out emblems, FX2 Sport decals, bed liner, TonnoPro cover, tailgate lock, brake light bar (this weekend), rain visors, throttle cable mod, delete headliner, Pioneer radio, Kiwi MPG gauge.
Last edited by W5906369; 02-05-2013 at 02:55 PM.