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TSC ABS lights

I bought this car not running.

Swapped in a Fusion motor now it runs and shifts good.

I have the ABS and TSC lights on.

I do not have access to a scanner that does those things.

Any idea what to check?
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I bought this car not running.



Swapped in a Fusion motor now it runs and shifts good.



I have the ABS and TSC lights on.



I do not have access to a scanner that does those things.



Any idea what to check?


Is there any way it could be related to that sensor that was not plugged in? Have you had the battery disconnected since you plugged it in, that should clear any faults in the system.


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Is there any way it could be related to that sensor that was not plugged in? Have you had the battery disconnected since you plugged it in, that should clear any faults in the system.


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Well it could be for sure. I will unplug the battery for a while and see if that helps.
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Well I unplugged the battery for a while and that did not help.

Anyone have any ideas?
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Well I unplugged the battery for a while and that did not help.



Anyone have any ideas?


Are all of your wheel sensors plugged in and the wires in good shape? I would also check the abs relay (and possibly fuse I canít remember if thereís a fuse just for the abs) as well as the plugs for the abs pump.


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Are all of your wheel sensors plugged in and the wires in good shape? I would also check the abs relay (and possibly fuse I canít remember if thereís a fuse just for the abs) as well as the plugs for the abs pump.


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I bought a scanner that does ABS codes.

Left front wheel speed sensor

Auto parts stare wanted $80 for one, I ordered one from ebay for $13

I will report back once get and install it.
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