PixieBoo

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About PixieBoo

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  • First Name
    Yvonne
  • Ford Model
    Ford Puma
  • Ford Year
    2000
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Isle of Man
  1. Thanks for taking time to come to me guys. After further discussion with mechanic it seems it could be my abs unit/module that has failed. Does anyone know how hard/complex it is to remove and replace an ABS unit on a Ford Puma year 2000 1.7 zetec?Any help/info would be most appreciated.
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    Yvonne

    Hi Russ, Thanks for coming back- yes he did - is it likely that new caliper dodgy?
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    Yvonne

    Hi, Can anyone help me? I have a Ford Puma 1.7 Zetec year 2000. Left front brake got very hot and loads of brake pad smell and smoke so was advised by friends it was most likely the pistons in caliper sticking. Had the caliper changed but then went to bleed it and no fluid coming from nipple. Took it to a garage for a pressure bleed and they still could not bleed it. They advise master cylinder working and is pumping to all three other brake nipples except for the front left. Has ABS but no ABS warning light coming on. Without engine running we could get the brake pedal to become quite firm but as soon as engine on went all floppy again. Mechanic is at a loss and also the mechanics in the firm I work for are unsure what the problem is. One thing of interest, when caliper originally taken off brake fluid shot out as if under pressure even though the brake pedal was not depressed and car was turned off. I am aware that sequence is diagonal - wondering if mechanic should have bled right back brake first and the the left front even though he was only changing front left caliper and whether this would have caused this problem? Anyone any ideas? Utterly stumped. I can't afford a new car and love my little Puma :(