Does a 1995 Ford F150 XLT 4x4 have antilock brakes?
No. it does not...sadly.~
I found out by trying to shop for them~
If it has anti lock they will be rear only.
So best to pump and not put steady pressure on the pedal?
Only if you have to stop on ice, snow or soupy mud. Just brake as you would anything else, just remember your driving a pickup and they can swap ends real quick if you lock the rear wheels.
Thanks I remember that from long ago! So used to antilock now going to be a learning curve of sorts to get back to pumping and steering ...
if you are in an uncontrolled skid, (like on snow or ice...Wisconsin death trap)...whew California...where every single day is a glorious sunny day...leads one to ask "what are they thinkin'?"~ we used to put our cars in an uncontrolled skid at the parking lot at pickNsave before the plows got there...I was drivin' a '73 Gremlin, that I passed my drivers test with...in any event is educational to navigate a car under these "all paws unconnected" type scenario~
Never Ever had any use for this feature...think it's a waste of our resources...just standard....nothing wrong with that for the last fifty years...why now is it CRUCIAL....these people, I tell ya~
don't try n' fight an uncontrolled skid....lift your foot off the gas and GENTLY point the wheels in the right direction...sure to come up with a utube video for you lemme look~
Hey, tomorrow is the first day of Summer, he's got all of summer and most of fall to figure it out. I always put in about 1/4 ton of sand in my pickup bed and a shovel in a pocket during winter snow in eastern Oregon, so if I did spin it out a got stuck that sand sure came handy and the added weight sure helped with traction. We did that too Judge, ooohhh watch out for those light poles.
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