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Old 04-18-2006, 08:15 PM
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Question just got done 4wheelin in my 2wheeler lol

Hey everyone just came back off a little 4 Wheel drive trip well the good news is I didnt get stuck lol. the bad news is I found out that my back tires arnt so good I dont get it they spin like crazy on wet grass but climbing hills and mud holes they do ok but I need new ones anyway so Im still lookin for a good used set in my budget...... Im running Tacoma Awt all terrian on rear and two wornout totaly Goodyear wranglers on front not good for rainy days it slips and slides all over the road lol. And now im haveing a rear antilock problem there locking down and my light is on any clue anyone...well if you have any used 31s or 32s 15inch let me know have a good one everyone....
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Antilock might not be it.

FORD has a kinda screwy brake warning switch - you need to be aware of it when you bleed brakes out.

It has a sliding piston inside with a cam in the middle. If your front or rear brakes get low it will try to seal off the low side by sliding one way or the other (which triggers a warning).

The idea is to prevent losing all of your brakes, and let you know there is a problem.

But when you bleed your brakes, you also have to make sure it is centered when you get done - else half of your brakes will be cut off.

Instructions are in any good manual, or you can go to the Autozone website, click on "Do It Yourself" and click on "Repair Guides". They have a lot of good info for free...
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