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Just follow the brake line from the rear towards the front and you will find a 2"(approx) fitting,,,,that's the valve,,,,,sometimes the valve/fittings are rusted, and disturbing the line can create a problem
Same happened to me once. I went and bought pads for $35 and took rotors to PepBoys for resurfacing, it was 10 or 15 for both. If they can not be resurfaced they tell you right there and offer new ones for about $50 ea. The actual change of pads I did it myself. Saved over $500 from their estimate.
Get another brake shop's estimate, and have them check your front brakes also, you'll be surprised on the $$$ difference.
take off tire remove caliper mount bolts pry caliper off of rotor if the retainers ore stil on remove with side cutters and discard smack roter with hamer and it should slide off dont wory about the clips you threw away they are only needed for the assembly line.reasemle in revers a general rule for brakes is what is done on one side should be done to the outher.
hey, ihad this problem with abx and trac off light on all the time even after having replaced the wheel bearing twiice. how i fixed it was to replace the wiring harness and poof issue resolved. a technical service bulletin is available for this issue