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I have a 99 Ranger. Everytime I come to a stop, the ABS kick in. I was told that it happened because either my front, or rear pads were bad, so I changed them, and I stil have the problem. I was also told that it could be wheel cylinders. Can anyone help me figure this out? thanks.
 

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In all seriousness, take it to someone that knows what they are doing. If you mess them up, at BEST, you'll have to take it to a mechanic anyway, and get charged twice as much as you would have to begin with. At worst, your brakes fail altogether, and you crash.

I'm a mechanic, and have seen all to often what happens when someone tries to do it cheap. It ALWAYS costs them more than it originally would have.
 

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Possibly could be the ABS box itself. My old patrol car (1995 Crown Vic) did the same thing. They had to pull the box from an old car and install it in mine. I agree with TRaGIK, iut's your brakes bro and take it to someone that knows their shit.
 
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