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Old 12-28-2012
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I am: Jay Pelletier
Join Date: Dec 2012
Vehicle: 2000 Ford Ranger xcab 4x4
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Icon5 Anti lock brake conversion - HELP!!!!

I have a 2000 Ranger 4x4 x cab flareside. I am just getting it back together from being stripped to the frame. I installed a new frame under the truck from a 75000 mile rollover. The problem I am running into right now is the truck originally had 4 wheel abs and the new frame had rear wheel abs. All the brake lines were shot on the original frame and were like new on the new frame. So I figured I could leave the brake system intact on the new frame. Well when I set the cab on I found the plugs were not the same to plug into the rabs versus the plug that is on the harness of the cab for the 4wabs. Has anyone converted from 4 wheel to rear abs before and how did you do it. My speedometer isn't working and the tranny not shifting, and I have just read about how the speed sensor goes through the 4wabs.

Any ideas?
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