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I've been trying to fix my ABS brakes, the light comes on after a bit of driving, once the engine gets hot. I have checked all the fuses, and I have replaced all three sensors (its a four wheel ABS). Its a 1995 E350 - if I have done my research correctly it needs a special code reader that just does the ABS system - apparently there is no connection between the ABS module and the OBD1 system. I have considered just buying a new ABS Control Module, but haven't been able to find one anywhere.

Here are my questions.
1. Does anyone know of a source for ABS Control Modules for the year? It is the four wheel abs with dual wheel tires.
2. Is there a way to force this year to make the ABS light blink, like there was in other ford models around the same time. (I have tried briefly grounding the bck/org wire in the Brake Test port - that didn't work)
3. Given that the light only comes on when the engine is really hot, does that give anyone any clues as the underlying cause?

Thanks!
Tim
 

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Have you checked for sticking calipers?


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Checked the easiest thing first , the brake fluid reservoir level ? If down a little it can trigger light especially when braking or cornering .
 
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