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HELP!!! does anyone have exp with ABS brakes,front brakes dragging

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:19 AM in Water Cooler
hey yall, im really in need of some help, im having problems with my abs brakes, the abs light stays on , and now my front disc brakes are dragging, causing a nasty mess of brake dust.. i have an f 250 2005 model, 4wd. crewcab. any help would be great.. ive bled the brake lines, and i ordered new sensors today.. this problem started shortly after i changed my pads on all 4 tires.. thanks..


  • RangerRRanger on da rangePosts: 805
    Hey BC,
    I doubt your problem has anything to do with your ABS system. You said the problem started after you replaced your brake pads? If it's not the caliper pistons sticking it is probably the brake pads themselves are binding on the ends where they mount. Sometimes all you need to do is clean it up with a wire wheel and use some synthetic caliper lube. Hope this helps you.
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