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1990 Ford Bronco II ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

P311-371BD21    W0133-1855895  New

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Located in Rear Axle Housing, Used as ABS Sensor
Brand: WSO
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1990 - Ford Bronco II
WSO
1998 Ford Expedition ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
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1998 - Ford Expedition
WSO
2000 Ford Excursion ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
Brand: WSO
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2000 - Ford Excursion
WSO
2018 Ford F53 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; GVW 15,700 Lbs, GVW 16,000 Lbs, GVW 18,000 Lbs, GVW 19,500 Lbs, Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2018 - Ford F53
WSO
2008 Ford F53 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; GVW 15,700 Lbs, GVW 16,000 Lbs, GVW 18,000 Lbs, GVW 19,500 Lbs, Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2008 - Ford F53
WSO
1992 Ford E-350 Econoline ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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17.27
WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Differential
Brand: WSO
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1992 - Ford E-350 Econoline
WSO
1992 Ford E-250 Econoline ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Differential
Brand: WSO
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1992 - Ford E-250 Econoline
WSO
2002 Ford F53 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2002 - Ford F53
WSO
2001 Ford F53 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

P311-371BD21    W0133-1855895  New

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17.27
WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2001 - Ford F53
WSO
2006 Ford F53 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Under GVW 20,000 Lbs, Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2006 - Ford F53
WSO
2007 Ford F53 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Under GVW 20,000 Lbs, Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2007 - Ford F53
WSO
2004 Ford F-150 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
Brand: WSO
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2004 - Ford F-150
Dorman
2004 Ford F-150 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Dorman

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Dorman ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
Brand: Dorman
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2004 - Ford F-150
WSO
2015 Ford F-450 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

P311-135BDD3    W0133-1882287  New

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Differential
Brand: WSO
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2015 - Ford F-450 Super Duty
Dorman
2016 Ford F-550 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Dorman

P311-4996039    W0133-1882287  New

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Dorman ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Differential
Brand: Dorman
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2016 - Ford F-550 Super Duty
WSO
2015 Ford F-350 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

P311-135BDD3    W0133-1882287  New

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Dual Rear Wheels, Differential
Brand: WSO
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2015 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
WSO
2005 Ford F-350 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

P311-135BDD3    W0133-1882287  New

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WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Location = Differential
Brand: WSO
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2005 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
Dorman
2005 Ford F-350 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Dorman

P311-4996039    W0133-1882287  New

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Dorman ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Location = Differential
Brand: Dorman
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2005 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
WSO
2012 Ford F-350 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor WSO

P311-135BDD3    W0133-1882287  New

Qty:
21.94
WSO ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Location = Differential
    with Dual Rear Wheels
Brand: WSO
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2012 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
Dorman
2014 Ford F-350 Super Duty ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Dorman

P311-4996039    W0133-1882287  New

Qty:
56.18
Dorman ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • ; Location = Differential
    with Dual Rear Wheels
Brand: Dorman
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2014 - Ford F-350 Super Duty

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Ford Windstar SEL speedometer Calibration

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Question From Petrus on Ford Windstar SEL speedometer Calibration

My Ford Windstar SEL 3L V6 has an issue with the speedometer

my car's speedometer gives about ~50% of the speed driving

on a trajec of 20.2 Km the Km indication (odometer) gave me only 10 Km

is this a calibration error that is simply resolved? or is intervention of a profesional mechanic required?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Are we talking Speed and/or Distance? If both, likely a speed sensor problem. If just the odometer (distance) is inaccurate, probably the speedometer head is the problem.

Response From Petrus

its indeed Both the speedometer and the odometer that give 50% of the actual speed and distance

any details on where to find this particular part?

i'ff searched the net though not much that could help me on localizing the sensor

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Petrus; You probably should have this verified before throwing parts at it. Speed sensors aren't terribly expensive, but at this point we don't know if it's a wheel speed sensor in the rear diff. or one in the trans. Are you getting an ABS lamp illuminated? If so, it's more than likely it's the one in the differential, but just a guess. How about transmission shifting? Does it seem erratic? As the shift points are at different times than normal?

Response From Petrus

TBH i have this car for like 2 days now and its my 1st with automatic shifting (stick is more common in europe)
so can't tell you about the sounds it should or should not make ;)

but ill keep your information in mind and will tell you ASAP what and where.
as far as i can remember i didnt see a ABS indication illuminated.

i'ff contacted the dealer that has sold me the car and he wil call me back monday about the issue (hope that will work)

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Petrus - Loren: Is there any chance this car has it's speedo and odometer set to miles and miles per hour rather than Kilometers? 20kmh is slow and would read about 10ish in MPH.

Remember 100KM = 62 Miles - distance or speed and all the fractions thereof accordingly. Just a thought?

T

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Good thought, Tom..Didn't think of that. Very possible.

Response From Petrus

Have thougt of that aswell though over a distance of 20 Km i get 10 Km on the odometer..

But iff it is like that, is there a possebility to convert it back to Km by hand? or is that a componant replacement?

--

iff tried to see if there was a ABS Indicator luminated aswell though at startup of the car there nothing too see.
Might be a broken light.
so i checked the Bord computer system checkup didnt see ABS in there aswell.
might just not be in this version of my car.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Petrus: You've only had the vehicle a few days. This is totally consistant with a so called "English" (non metric) vehicle being used in a Metric measured country.

What year is this Windstar? Ones sold to the US have speedos for both but for KMs in analog it's annoyingly smaller - the digital dash if equipped just needs to be switched - read owner's manual. The vehicle may only make permanant record in miles or kilometers and probably could only be reset by a dealer.

You are claiming about a 50% deviation in short checks which could be confused with 62% which would be right on the money as far as deviation. Tire wear and proper size would matter and could make a 5-10% flaw to confuse it too.

By the vehicle's VIN you should be able to find out what the original destination of the vehicle was intended for.

If the odometer is a physical wheel it really will only record in miles or KMs. Ask at a Ford dealer what you can do about that if that's the issue and you care to change it,

T

Response From Petrus

its a Ford Windstar SEL from April 2000

Have checked iff the english/Metric option in the Bord computer is affecting the speedometer/odometer but seems not to be the case.
in other words im obligated to go to my dealer ill await the awnser ill get from him tomorrow.

Thanks for the help you really earned your Ctrl-D ;)

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sounds like a plan. If owner's manual has nothing to say I don't know either. If this is a digital dash readout there should be a buttom marked "E/M" meaning English or Metric and some you need to change languages too.

I didn't think many Windstars were sold directly to Europe on purpose. The US abuts Canada to the North of course and the whole country is Metric but also has provices that are dominantly French speaking and some vehicles will accomodate that too!

What probably happens is anytime the Van has been reset or perhaps battery disconnected it would probably default to the country of original destination when new - dunno for sure. Good luck with it anyway,

T

2007 Explorer ABS light

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Question From maximus on 2007 Explorer ABS light

Background
2007 Ford Explorer (4.0L) had ABS light come on while driving. Once stopped, ABS actuated automatically and the vehicle could not accelerate over a few MPH. At the time, I had no diagnostic tools, so I removed the ABS fuses so I could get to an important appointment on time.
A bit more history
Previous owner didn’t rotate the tires for the first 20K miles and there was a lot of tire noise when I got it. I rotated the tires and the noise essentially went away. I just had them rotated them back as part of an oil change, and once again it became very noisy. Until today, I assumed it was just more tire noise, but after reading a bit online, I’m also wondering if it could be the bearings wearing.
Today
I borrowed a CEN-TECH OBD2 scanner, but there were no codes. I replaced the fuses, which reintroduced the automatic ABS actuating, and still no codes. I realize pulling the fuses may have lost codes, but didn’t have a whole lot of choice at the time.
Questions
Any obvious cause or potential causes that can be deduced from troubleshooting steps that someone could recommend?

Any tips to identify tire noise vs bearing noise?

I know nothing of the quality of the OBD2 scanner, so I’m wondering if it’s capable of reading ABS codes?
I’m marginal, at best, with DIY repairs, so should I take it to a dealership or independent mechanic? Any advice on which I should choose and how to know if an independent will have the proper diagnostic tools to efficiently fix it?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer advice.

Response From Hammer Time

ABS cannot apply brakes. It releases them. Does your truck have traction control??

Response From maximus


Yes it has traction control. Thanks for fast response, btw.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Your code reader likely isn't going to be able to read that. You will need a professional scan tool with updated ABS software.
It's probably one of the wheel speed sensors not accurate.

Response From maximus

Thanks again Hammer -

I was assuming it was an ABS sensor, but hoped I would get a code to figure out which one. Is there any way to make an educated guess as to which one? I wouldn't mind trial and error, except I don't desire to purchase $60+ sensors that are unique to each wheel in case I swap the wrong one first. Any advice, or should I just bite the bullet and turn it over to the pros?

Response From Hammer Time

Unless someone outside the car can visually see which wheel is being braked, there really isn't a way to tell. There may not even be a code to tell you. When they are just inaccurate, that usually doesn't set a code. You need a scan tool that can make a frame by frame movie of the sensor data.

Response From maximus

Gotcha. Thanks for all your help!