Do I need a new anti lock brake system

Asked by Dec 08, 2015 at 08:32 PM about the 1998 Ford Crown Victoria 4 Dr LX Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I work on a 1998 Ford Crown Victoria I changed the driver side CV axle rear
after that the brakes start reacting every time I will press them I have
confirmed that the CV axle was the right one I cleaned all the ABS sensors
and it's still doing the same thing it feels like the brakes are pumping every
time I press brake by the end of the stop

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51,775

Is this on dry roads? Are your tires worn out and getting hard? Are you just now noticing this or has it always been that way?

228,035

Probably one of your wheels sensors is faulty, no reason to replace the whole system. Is the ABS light on? A shop can scan the ABS codes to pinpoint what sensor is the tripping the code.

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