Hi all! This is my very first post here since I bought a Focus very recently. It is a 2000 1.6 estate that looks very nice that I bought very cheap since it needs some TLC. My first impressions being a Focus owner are that it is such a nice car. I am used to driving a bigger car so the Focus is so convenient when parking and overall I am very pleased with my purchase. Since I bought it I have replaced the timing belt since nobody knew when or if it had been replaced earlier, I replaced the power window mechanism on the driver's door and did some other minor adjustments. Now to what feels like a big issue to me: The ABS brakes. When I bought the car the yellow lights were on. I scanned the system and the error code told me something was wrong with the left front wheel. I erased the error code and started the car. The very second I raised the clutch pedal the light came on again. I replaced the ABS sensor. Things changed. Now I could move the car and accelerate to about 15 mph before the light came on. I replaced the wheel bearing. Nothing changed. I checked the new ABS sensor using a PC while driving the car. No speed. I hot-wired the right ABS sensor to the left side and checked the real time data and then I got a signal so I replaced the new sensor with an even newer sensor. Now the warning lights do not come on and no error codes are registered. BUT as soon as I am driving faster than 10-15 mph the ABS kicks in as soon as I touch the brake pedal. It is quite annoying to feel the pedal vibrate every time I want to slow down. Has anyone go any ideas of what my next step should be? A third sensor or a second bearing or something completely different. Any help or ideas would be highly appreciated.