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Old 10-14-2011, 09:21 AM
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ABS Fuse location?

I would like to temporarily pull the fuse for my ABS until I can replace a sensor. I have a 1992 F350 4x4 w/460. Where is the fuse located? Is it labeled?

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I am not sure where it is but check the fuse box label in the cab...might be located there. But instead of going on a chase to find the fuse, just pull the positive side of the battery and replace the sensor. So you'll have to reprogram your radio stations...big deal...it's good practice anyway.
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I'm looking to pull the fuse until I can fix the issue with the ABS. I replaced the sensors and still have the slip issue and sometimes brakes lock up. I want to see if pulling the fuse makes a difference as well.
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