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Have ba 2002. Replaced abs fuse. Front bolt 10mm but rear facing bolt 8 mm won't bite. Is there a clip that might've fallen through into shroud

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Sounds like you need a bit bull for better bite and a ant eater

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yes, the process is the same. the ABS sensor isn't physically attached to any of the brake components, so don't sweat it. (please rate my answer)

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SOURCE: 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe = ABS, TCS lights come on.

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There is a recall on the 02 avalanche for some ABS sensor. You can get fixed if you live in a state where it snows, According to GM "The Salt-Band" type in 02 Avalanche abs recall, you will see it. Good luck!

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SOURCE: i have a 2002 ba falcon my abs light comes on and

The wheel bearing needs to be replaced (hub assembly) Its dangerous.

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Next time it should take 30 minutes. I'll know exactly what tools I need and have them all there.

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