Having problems with your 2000 Mercury Mountaineer ?

My rotors are fine so I changed my brake pads and bleed my brake system but now my abs light is on. It came on before but I rebleed my brakes but it still stays on. My brakes are stops better than before so what can be the problem?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

Answers :

I had the same problem and it turned out to be a bad sensor.
\015\012I think ABS are highly overrated. Unless you spend a lot of time tailgating you shouldn't need them. How many years did we go without them and had no problems. That's my take.
Abs sensor or just code stored in computer have vehicle scanned at parts store for free
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