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HI, Can anyone tell me before i go ripping, is there rear wheel abs sensors on my 1.6tdc1 focus cmax? ABS light staying on and need to see if sensors are faulty? Any help on this matter much appreciated

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  • tgcss1999 Feb 14, 2011

    hi,
    Havent taken it to a ford garage yet for the diagnostic test . Is there a fliud resevoir for the ABS system? The normal brake resevoir is fine

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There should be

Posted on Feb 01, 2011

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    Robert Charpentier Feb 12, 2011

    What codes did you recieve may not be the sensors maybe module or fluid level wirng issue.

  • tgcss1999 Feb 14, 2011

    hi,havent taken the car to the ford garage yet to put it on the diagnostic machine. Is there a resevoir for the ABS system? The normal brake resevoir is fine . Thanks

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It would be a lot easier if there was some way you could get the code it would lead you in the right direction

Eg: C1141 Wheel Speed Sensor LF Tone Ring Tooth Missing Fault ABS Module INSPECT the LF tone ring for missing/damaged teeth or debris. INSTALL a new wheel speed sensor ring as necessary. REFER to Section 204-01. CLEAR the DTCs. REPEAT the self-test. C1142 Wheel Speed Sensor RF Tone Ring Tooth Missing Fault ABS Module INSPECT the RF tone ring for missing/damaged teeth or debris. INSTALL a new wheel speed sensor ring as necessary. REFER to Section 204-01. CLEAR the DTCs. REPEAT the self-test. C1143 Wheel Speed Sensor LR Tone Ring Tooth Missing Fault ABS Module INSPECT the LR tone ring for missing/damaged teeth or debris. INSTALL a new wheel speed sensor ring as necessary. REFER to Section 204-02. CLEAR the DTCs. REPEAT the self-test. C1144 Wheel Speed Sensor RR Tone Ring Tooth Missing Fault

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