Brakes and Tires
Ford Thunderbird
Grand Prix SE

Why would a 1995 Ford Thunderbird shake in the front every so often and the ABS light come on sometimes?


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2008-03-15 22:25:23
2008-03-15 22:25:23

Hey Leigh==If it shakes when wyou applly the brakes, the front rotors or rear drums are warped and need to be turned. This can also cause the ABS light to come on . Good luckJoe I had this problem with my car and my dad got a hold of it and looked at the trans as it was having problems. He tightened the tail shaft and it hasn't done it since. I don't know if you have fixed your problem, but maybe that will help, I don't know. Good Luck Kenneth


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