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Old 09-04-2015, 09:18 AM   #1
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Unhappy ABS light, Brake light, Check Brake System and anti skid indicators on analog readout

I have a 2010 F150 XLT CC 4.6L 4x4 that has the following indicators:
Brake light on
ABS light on
Check Brake System on dash readout
Anti Skid indicator flashing on dash readout

These all came on when I slammed on my brakes in the snow. Truck slid, truck shut off, started it back up and all lights were on.

Scanner said bad ABS module, spent $750 replacing it myself. No change in lights.

Was not aware it needed to be "flashed" by dealer computer.

Took it to get it flashed.

Mechanic flashed it, but no change in lights.
Mechanic flashed as new install, still no change in lights.
Mechanic flashed as "as built info", and still no change in lights.
Mechanic ran self test, ABS passed with no codes but still, no change in lights.

Also, no codes showed at all for any system on the truck when self test done.

Now I'm lost as to where to proceed from here. Any suggestions?

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Where the hell is it snowing in Sept... Have you checked all the connectors to speed sensors..
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It happened while it was snowing back in winter. Was quoted $1700 to replace module so instead I ordered it myself and put it in. Took to Ford to get it flashed for free. Much cheaper fix $279. I haven't checked all the speed sensors, I was told that if it was a sensor, the computer would flash a code for it.
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Hello you fix your problem with the lights? I have same problem
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Have same problem on 2009 F150. Did you ever resolve ?
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Have same problem on 2009 F150. Did you ever resolve ?
sure resolved
my English its not good but let try explain.
the dealer for fix it the cost is 750$ replace abs plus labor...
i have a friend owner workshop he have a scanner and give around 5 codes error plus lights dashboard on.....then take off the complete abs module + pump....
take the pump (silver part) only connect direct battery car and test separate of the module (black part) is the pump run is good....the pump working. If the pump not working them buy an used in ebay and put your module together again and test......
if the pump not working, (its my problem) then going to www.myairbags.com and buy "module reset" i paid $89 and send by mail your module, they return a other module with your model of the car.....
after received i put the my pump + module received repair and the lights OFF and so happy only PAID 100$
good look my friend!!!!!!
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Just had the same problem with my 2009 last week. Waiting to get my module back from myairbags.com, hopefully by early next week.

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Did you check the brake fluid level? My wife's Nissan Armada did something similar.... Brake Light, VDC Light and Slip light all came on. We had the brake system flushed a service or two ago and apparently the tech did not fill the brake fluid reservoir properly. Added a little fluid and all is good.
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