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Old 04-18-2010
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Cruise and ABS issue.

Here's the deal. I have a 1994 ford ranger xlt ext cab 4x4 five speed. It has cruise and all the power options. Well one day coming home from work the cruise was cutting in and out. So i shut the cruise off until i got home. Tried using the cruise the next day and it was fine. Then on my way home from work it completely pooped out. No cruise. I have replaced the servo canister the cruise module and checked the rear abs wheel speed sensor all good. Also my abs light is on and the code says its "Loss of hyrualic fluid during anti lock brake stop." What's the deal?! ANY insight would be alot of help. I know that the brake pressure sensor on the master cylinder might be out but i've checked both the clutch pedal position censor and brake pedal switch both are fine. Any info you have would be awsome to get this cruise workin again. You can reply here or [email protected] Thanks so much fellow rangermen.
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