No Communication with ABS Module

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My 2018 Raptor is at the dealer for service after it starting throwing all sorts of codes.

P0557 Brake Booster Pressure Sensor Circuit Low
P1935 Brake Switch/Sensor Signal
U0121 Lost Communication with Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Module
U1012 Invalid Internal Control Module Monitoring Data Received from Anti-Lock...

The shop foreman said their is no communication going to the abs sensors but they say all the sensors are good. They are going to open up hotline request with Ford to get some engineers involved to try and troubleshoot it.

All the error codes came up one morning on my way to work but I have been taking the truck off road every weekend for about 4 weeks before this happened.

If anyone has experienced something similar and can provide any help it would be appreciated.
 

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I had similar issues and it turned out to be two root causes: the steering column control module, and the OBDII connector plus pigtail. Both had to be completely replaced.
 
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I had a great electrical technician at Larry H. Miller Super Ford in Utah that figured out the problem. It was a poor ground. I installed an UpDownAir system and I used the two ground bolts to attach the regulator bracket to the frame. Where I made the mistake was I sandwiched the ground strap between the bracket and the frame and I should have sandwiched the bracket between the ground strap and the frame so the bolt makes good contact with the ground strap and then screws into the frame. Another life lesson learned!
 

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I had a great electrical technician at Larry H. Miller Super Ford in Utah that figured out the problem. It was a poor ground. I installed an UpDownAir system and I used the two ground bolts to attach the regulator bracket to the frame. Where I made the mistake was I sandwiched the ground strap between the bracket and the frame and I should have sandwiched the bracket between the ground strap and the frame so the bolt makes good contact with the ground strap and then screws into the frame. Another life lesson learned!
Glad it’s fixed! Did they charge you for the diagnostic time?
 
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