About 6 weeks ago my '02 Sport Trac developed an issue with the ABS. The ABS kicks in just as the truck is coming to a stop, or should be, and it rolls another 2 to 5 feet than it would otherwise. If I ease up on the brake and basically let the truck stop mostly on it's own, the ABS doesn't kick in. The ABS light never comes on, except during the self check at startup. I drive defensively and try to leave adequate distance to get stopped, and I'm as easy on the brakes as anyone. So far I've been able to deal with this, but sometime, I'm not going to have the extra 2-5 feet to get stopped. Any ideas on what I need to do to fix this? I'm not opposed to disabling the ABS. Of the 4 vehicles with ABS that I've been the primary driver of, this one is the only one on which the ABS worked properly until this. I drove 40 years without ABS, and I'm not a huge fan. The few times it did work on my '89 Bronco II and '94 Explorer, it almost caused me to crash as it kicked in on patchy ice as I was parking. It braked on the ice patch and released on the dry, and I almost jumped the curb. This happened at least once with each vehicle. There were other times when the ABS kicked in and braked/released exactly opposite of how and when I would have when I could see the road surface. The ABS on my '01 ST hasn't worked since I got it over 4 years ago, except for a spell last summer when it would come on, make a horrible grinding noise, and not stop, but only the first stop after a restart. It stopped fine after that first stop. That lasted a few weeks and went away. Ideas on fixing the '02 before I hit something?