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What is causing brakes to "kick back"? Is it the ABS module?

(1999 Ford Crown Victoria)
in Appomattox, VA on June 18, 2014
Like a previous questioner below, my Crown Vic is experiencing the brakes "kicking back" about 60-70% of the time, like when on ice but during regular weather. It has a grinding sound when it happens and pulsates also. Is this the ABS malfunctioning? And, if so, what part(s) need to be replaced so that I can inform my mechanic that we can get this issue resolved quickly. All insights will be appreciated.
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on February 05, 2015
How does your "mechanic" not know what the issue is? This is often caused by rust buildup on either the ABS wheel sensors, pulse wheels, or both.
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