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Sounds like a locked up brake caliper. Try loosening the brake line going to that caliper. If that releases that brake its either a frozen caliper or a master cylinder problem. Has anyone added brake fluid to the system lately?
I would check the wiring around the area you worked on. The abs wheel speed sensor connector or wiring might have a poor connection now or the harness going to the sensor. I would just double check and then wiggle the wiring harness. If the fuses stop blowing out then you know you have a short in the harness or a short to ground. You need to make sure the harness is routed exact same way as before and no hitting any metal at all.
No there is no difference you just do it like normal. Take off the wheel, remove the resivoir cap, take off the caliper, remove the old pads, compress the caliper, install the new pads and put the caliper back on, then the tire, and on to the next.
Make sure you pump the peddle after your done then check the fluid level. If all is good and your not leaking any fluid you should be all good.
Sounds like you have pushed the brake peddle to the floor after you changed the pads. This can cause major probs in the master cylinder. The brake warning light should come on if this is the trouble. Frankster016