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2006 DTS
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So in some of my others recent posts (with codes) it is determined that I need to replace a couple wheel bearings and place the resistors on the front shocks.

But I also have another weird issue.

After I start the car, for about 5-10 breaking periods, the ABS kicks in at the pedal for no good reason.

I could be going 5 MPH or 30 MPH on dry roads, and gently touching the brake pedal.

Any thought?

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2002 F55 STS, 2014 Explorer XLT, F-150
80,422 Posts
The wheel "bearings" are one-piece sealed hub assemblies that incorporate the front wheel speed sensors - each wheel has a speed sensor - and they feed the braking and stability systems. If one (speed sensor) is screwed up it might affect ABS ????? Just a guess.
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