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Jim
Jim, Auto Technician
Category: Ford
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Experience:  Ford Certified in A/C and Electrical Systems, Brakes, Gas and Diesel Engine Repair and SVT Certified
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I have a 1999 Ford E-150 MARK III conversion van (high ...

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I have a 1999 Ford E-150 MARK III conversion van (high top)with apx 60,000 miles. The ABS light comes on and stays on after starting engine and taking foot off brake pedal. I have checked the front sensors, and was trying to check the fuses but could not find the main fuse panel that is supposed to be in the passenger compartment near the brake pedal. I also do not know where to find the rear ABS sensor if it even has rear ABS. By jumping the brake light switch, the light will come on and go out as it is supposed to; but then the brake lights stay on all the time.
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Jim replied 9 years ago.
the rear abs sensor is located in the center section housing on the rear end it is on the top in th4e center, they are prone to fail
Customer: replied 9 years ago.
where is the fuse panel as asked in the question?
Expert:  Jim replied 9 years ago.
ron the fuse panel is located, in the area you are looking in its to the left of the steering column
Expert:  Jim replied 9 years ago.
ron here is a location of the fuse boxgraphic
Expert:  Jim replied 9 years ago.
sorry Ron its called a central junction box in the picture
Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Sorry Jim but I don't see any fuse panel shown in the image sent.

Thank you
   Ron
Expert:  Jim replied 9 years ago.
in the image i sent its called a central junction box grid D-3