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Just replaced rotars and brake pads brakes sound is a little grind read out on dash board shows abs fault tractions what next brakes are fine

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Wheel sensor may be gone or have moisture in it

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have code retrieved most auto stores offer this service for free ---check hub /wheel bearing grinding good possibility its shot hub has abs sensor built into it which can be part of traction control issue -c/v axle can also give grinding issue ----as well as check brakes may need brake replacement --stuck/damaged caliper - a brake pad damaged/stuck against rotor

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Although this is a pretty pricey part at a dealer, a genuine Delco replacement part can be found online often at a much more reasonable price.

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