Issue with 2006 Lincoln LS E-brake/traction control is not working

joegr

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Just follow the parking brake cables from the calipers to the equalizer, and from there to the actuator.
My 04 was flaky for a while. It slowly got worse. (It would demand that the re-calibrate procedure be done.) I picked up a spare electronic module for it, but before I got around to it, one of the parking brake cables broke. After replacing that cable, it has not complained anymore. I guess it was the cable stretching all along that was its problem.
 

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Didn't you mean U1262 not B1262?

Why not B1262?
B1262 Servo Motor Defrost Circuit Failure DATC

There is a P1262 and a C1262, in addition to B1262 and U1262. I assume that he correctly reported B1262.
 

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Had to put off these repairs for now :( Had to replace another serpentine Belt this week cause of a oil leak killing it. Had to change the oil pan gasket as well and this was my issue. It had a chunk of the timing chain tensioner down in the pan. I am pretty sure it jumped timing cause it did not hardly want to turn over today, it did try but did not succeed in fully turning over. I guess this can be expected the car has 244K miles on it. I am having the whole timing chain fixed this weekend though and then after that I can get back to the other issues it has. I had bought a secondary kit but I am pretty sure it will require more than that. But I am good friends with a mechanic and they will make sure this issue is sorted and then other stuff I can take care of myself! But I am not attempting a timing chain repair cause I want the car to actually work again! If I attempted that it would be going to the junk yard I am almost certain...
 
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Does anyone know what happened with this problem? Seems odd that there are no more posts?
I suspect that he just needed to take it to someone that had the IDS program so that the ABS could be re-calibrated. Forscan just doesn't work for this
 

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I’m really interested to know what solved the problem, I’m looking at an 06 LS with similar issues, the motor and transmission seem to be all good but the traction control/ abs/ e-brake lights are on
 

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I’m really interested to know what solved the problem, I’m looking at an 06 LS with similar issues, the motor and transmission seem to be all good but the traction control/ abs/ e-brake lights are on
Most of the time its wheel speed sensors download Forscan and grab up a cheap bluetooth ObdIi connector...this will read errors a normal code reader can't for Ford/Mazda
 

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