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I friend of mine has a 2000 GT Mustang and his right rear anti-lock brake device fell off which was causing the car to give incorrect data about braking. So when he would slam on the brakes it would slow down very very slow which could be bad in traffic. I have no idea if this effects the BULLITT, but this might be something to keep an eye out if your brakes are failing at an early stage in a BULLITT's life. His Mustang has only 12,000 mile on it.

Just FYI.

There is an offical recall on this issue from ford. I will try and get more info.

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I checked up on the brake failing issue and it only on the 2000 models. There is nothing on the 2001 models. I guess were in the clear
 

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Hmmm, I've noticed on my BLK #4679 the anti-locking brakes engaging without applying full pressure to the brake pedal while turning more than 90 degrees at a reasonable speed...example: when I turn right into a parking lot and immediately turn right again into a parking space. Anyone else?

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I also find that my anti-lock engages while applying light pressure on the brakes while turning at a slow speed, such as into a parking space. It only does it about 1/4 of the time though, and other than squeaking, they are fine.
 
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