Hello, the ABS in my 2002 Ford Explorer keeps kicking at very low speeds.

Bruce says: Most times an ABS system will trigger incorrectly under the following conditions, a dirty wheel speed sensor, a cracked or loose tone ring, a worn wheel bearing or a problem with the wire harness between any of the wheel speed sensors. One other cause could simply be a difference in tire sizes. Double check the sizes or bring your car to AAMCO.

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