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Old 07-05-2012, 05:55 PM
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location of the yaw rate sensor?!

Hello guys

My name is Mario and I'm from Germany.
I have a 2007 Ford expedition el limited. Since April I have a problem with the abs. The code is c1280 yaw rate sensor signal fault. Can you tell me where that sensor is located?
Please help me and sorry for the bad English ;-).

Greetings from Germany
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it's under the center console. after you replace it you need fords computer to initialize it
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