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post #1 of 2 Old 12-04-2012, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
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Seems like I can never catch a break... After finding out I need new injectors and fixing the FICM myself I found out I needed new batteries. Now my rear brake caliper is busted and my ABS and speed sensor in the rear is out. I guess I'm lucky that I have the ability to do the work myself, especially after a shop telling me they would do it for $700! But before I start the work is there anything I need to be cautious of when putting on a new caliper and pads along with the sensor? Any tips/hints would be appreciated.

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While you have the rotor off take a hand wire brush and clean the relucter ring that the sensor reads. Build up inbetween the teeth can cause false readings. The sensor reads the gaps between the teeth if the build up gets level with the teeth you can get errors, it may not even have a bad sensor.

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