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Old 08-06-2013, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by mb power wagon View Post
the wires to the abs sensors on the wheels you changes the calipers on.
LOL the wires don't go to the caliper, they are part of the hub bearing. That's why it is important to know if you have 2 or 4 wheel ABS when you go to replace your hubs. They have nothing to do with the caliper.

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Originally Posted by 89powerram View Post
Had a sticking caliper and ebrake replaced caliper brakes are amazingly better and I adjusted the ebrake to the loosest setting and now I have a abs and brake light on please help
Did you lose alot of fluid when you rebuilt/replaced the caliper? Was it bled? If you lost enough, the ABS module may need to be bled (requires diagnostic tool). Also you'll probably need to readjust your e-brake as it isn't supposed to be as loose as you make it sound.
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