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Old 05-22-2011, 10:02 AM   #31
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:03 PM   #32
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I have been looking for the wiring diagram for the brake fluid float 04 duratec. where it get it's signal from and too and is it on a can bus system,5v,or 12v? Is it from the abs module?
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I only have '05 diagrams. I'll look though, maybe they are the same.

EDIT: This looks pretty simple. Battery, to Fuse F2.61, to bulb in instrument cluster, to Brake fluid level switch, to ground 103.

So, no CAN bus. / 12v / Not connected to ABS.

I can scan these pages if you'd like, but I can't guarantee they will be the same.

What is the actual issue?
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ya I finally found it. Now to figure out why Voltage at brake level sensor keeps changing. Cluster issue mabey? Weird thing both brake and abs lights flash on ond off all the time. really annoying driving around with a flashing dash.
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How are you reading the voltage change? It's only these two lights that flash? Over bumps? Any codes from the ABS system? Maybe try a DVOM from the battery, to the brake fluid. Contaminated brake fluid will conduct electricity.
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Voltage change at plug end using Multi with float disconnected. ranges from 2v-12v always changing. Only code is low brake fluid. (fluid full and new float) lights flash just driving down smoth highway. And your schematic is what I found finally flipping through all the diagrams.
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lol, I forgot it was posted already. There is more to section 60, but it doesn't apply to your issue. I really should just scan them all one day. Anyway...

Wow, I really don't know what to say. The volts just go up, and down sitting there? Meter plugged into where the float should be? Running, or not running? I can check Alldata for TSBs tomorrow, and see if the diagrams are different. Alldata isn't always right though. Did you post this in tech chat? The new float didn't fix the ABS code? Is the fluid new?
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Alldata was a night mare to find the float it wasn't listed onder ABS or Brakes. It's my buddies and I have to use it on my lunch when he brings it in.
Tech chat said mabey bad float they had nothing.
Ya just sitting there volts just all over board. I'm thinking cluster I have my schematic written on a napkin. I will pull the cluster and check volts going in and out. the little processor mabey bad?? IDK it's been doing it since like 33k now has just over 40k on it.
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We like to call it Nodata. It is kinda crappy sometimes. Yeah, it may be in the cluster. Good luck, hope you find it.
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Ya some times it tells you to do unneeded stuff. like remove steering rack to change inner tierod ends or something like that. We call it AllDeDe
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