Question about 2005 Chevrolet Colorado
You have got a wheel speed sensor you have to unplug. Follow the wire up the fame toward the fire wall. It will be held on with clips in about four different spots. Pull the rubber flap up above the shock and unplug the sensor. There are four or five bolts on the back side of the rotors that have to come off. You have to do this on both sides. Note: rotors have to be turned on the truck but I found out that it was cheaper just to buy new ones for around $39-$40 each.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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