Went for a safety and a Emission test and went I left the garage the ABS light was on, the guy told me it will reset after driving for 15 minutes , as now been 4 days......
I am driving a 2007 Escape XLT V6 fwd.
More than likely, one of your ABS sensor rings is cracked. Mine is, I've had the light for a couple months now and haven't been able to get it replaced. You're brakes are still affective, but you ABS will probably not work.
Unplug the battery and plug it back in after 15 minutes. The ABS light may come on after extended driving without the rear wheels turning, and some emissions tests hook you up to a dynamometer that way.
Unplugging the battery should have reset the light. If it is still on, the problem still exists - most common cause is the ABS tone (sensor) ring. Looking inside the hub from behind the tire, you should see something with a lot of gear teeth. Those tend to crack in cold weather and slide away from the ABS sensor.
Another possibility is the ABS sensor itself. The wire is thin and could crack or the insulation might rub off if there is something contacting it.
It depends on where the OP is located, he said safety and E-test.
I know in Mass they can remove a wheel to inspect further if the inspector feels he needs to but rarely do just because of the type of thing they could get blamed for. Just imagine the lawyer field day if someone had a front brake hose pop and crashed into a school bus an hour after the inspector had the wheel off. :doh: