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I have a 2wd F150 and a Brembo catalog for after market rotors. I want front rotors but need to know whether I have 4 wheel or rear wheel ABS. How do I make this determination? Do I need to look behind the wheels?
Also, I should checked back posts first. I found a thread "2 or 4 Wheel ABS" started this past February. In it, danny owens suggested locating a "rectangular aluminum block directly below your master cylinder with 1 line going in and 1 line going down and to the rear brakes. (RABS)."
I've just check under my hood and found two lines exiting the master cylinder; one going to the front wheels, the other going to the aluminum block below the master cylinder.
Only one line exits this aluminum block and routes toward the rear wheels.
In the early years,(97-98) front ABS was an option. Look at front brake line. If there is a wire going along side of it, then you have front ABS (it's the speed sensor wire). They all have rear ABS standard.
2013 F150 XLT 4x4 SuperCab EgoBoost Max Tow 3.73 gears OEM 20" wheels.
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