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Question by  qkadir (10)

How do I change a Ford PSD ABS light?

I need to change a light on my Ford.


Answer by  Samhane (703)

This is one light that you will have to have either a specialized ABS scanner to remove the light or take the vehicle to the ford dealership. There is no easy way to do it by yourself so I would strongly recommend a professional.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

You are going to need to pull the dash apart and then you can access the back of the panel where the light is.


Answer by  DrFeelGood (259)

You're going to need to remove the front glass or plastic cover over the light, this can be done by hand. Then simply replace with a matching bulb.


Answer by  MechMan3 (885)

This light is on because of a malfunction in the ABS system. More than likely a wheel speed sensor has failed - one on each front hub assembly.


Answer by  SAviorSorrOW (77)

You can only accomplish this by taking it to a dealership. It means your abs pump has failed and is no longer operating properly. Take it to the dealership. they will fix it. Or you can just take out the bulb.


Answer by  laura27 (1216)

Go to a dealer to get this problem fixed. The abs pump has failed and does not work like it suppose to. The wheel speed sensor has also failed on each hub assembly.


Answer by  cuckoosygmailcom (86)

The Ford Explorer has an anti-lock braking system (ABS) with sensors on each wheel that continuously monitor that wheel's speed. The ABS wheel sensor transmits this information to the ABS controller, which determines the amount of braking force to apply to that wheel during an emergency stop. All versions of the Explorer have an ABS.

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