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  • avatar karjunkie 01/27/09 12:56 pm PST

    Check your ABS wheel sensor. They can get loose or damaged when you replace the pads/rotors. In particular, take a look at how far the sensor ring is pressed onto the rotor assembly.

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  • autoexpert4u 01/27/09 12:41 pm PST

    The abs module has a procedure required to reset itself . You may have to cycle the brakes under hard braking several times to reset it if the brakes themselves were the problem. Sometimes it can be just a bad module or maybe a bad sensor.I would try and cycle them first in a parking lot or private road. If that doesnt work you will have to have the abs system checked with a scanner.

    Source: www.autodamageexperts.com

  • karjunkie 01/27/09 12:56 pm PST

    Check your ABS wheel sensor. They can get loose or damaged when you replace the pads/rotors. In particular, take a look at how far the sensor ring is pressed onto the rotor assembly.

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