2008 FORD EXPLORER, 4.0L, V6, 2WD, AUTOMATIC, 101, 000 mile

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around a week earlier I started obtaining this warning, that goes off around every 5 minutes when driving. ns tried testing the two from ABS sensors through a voltmeter, yet I couldn"t gain a reading out of either, meter was collection to 2V a/c. motorists sensor has actually only around 10,000 mile on it. I have actually not tested the behind sensors. Might it possibly be the ABS module? PS, check engine light was cleared, it to be a different issue.
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Update, I included "wheel rate rate/mph" to my OBDII reader/display, I"m seeing consistent speed top top all 4 wheels. For this reason the ABS sensors should be working?
Hi, I"m not familiar with the scan tool you have. I"m not sure if what it is capable of doing. Sorry about that. please let me know exactly how things rotate out or if you have actually other questions. take it care, Joe
my wifes 2009 explorer has been acquiring the same code, it is becoming more frequent. I have the Auto Enginuity scan tool with the complete Ford Bundle, the just RSC/ABS password is B1342. I collection up the live data meter display screen to monitor wheel speeds, accel, yaw and steering angle. To be driving and also lost comms come laptop. Stopped, reset everything, and noticed the steering edge was prefer 211 levels when pointed straight ( it had been at basically zero prior to coms dropped, instantly upon reaching speed, the RSC alarm go off. ns stopped, clearing the code, restarted everything and also the angle was usually zero again. Drove until I shed comms again, and also no problem. Stopped with the wheel straight, again restarted everything, and also it was mirroring -12. Again, opon accel B1342. Quit with comms still working, and also showing steering edge at -12, reset everything, cleared code, restarted, hadn"t touch the wheel, and also it came up as usually zero, drove all method home with out alarm. Might it be the sensor? Or simply the ECU not analysis data right?


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Hi, Keith, sorry to ask this, however is it possible for you come copy and also paste your whole thread to a brand-new posting. We space trying to save the posts particular to one topic. I"m certain someone will jump right on your question. Again, sorry for asking, yet I expect you understand. take care, Joe