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Ryan-it is very easy. You just need to remove the wheel and it is the only sensor there. it is a black wire that runs from the hub to the fender well wall. it unplugs at the top of the fender well and then is held in by a screw on the hub. Be sure to put a little dialelectric grease on the new one if it doesnt have any.
 

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thanks i got one but might need another . i will have to look again for the sensor because im a tool:confused::lol:
so i replaced it and i still have the dummy lights. i think the dealer told me the wrong sensor how do i find out which one it is ?
 

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I just bought an ABS scan tool for work. The F350s we have drive me crazy with ABS problems. Without the tool I would never find the problems.
You need to scan to find what sensor is not responding, or which wire is not connected properly.
 
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