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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Front Hub Replacement
you can either remove the lower arm off the ball joint or remove the knuckle off the strut assy and this will give you room to push the axle out of the hub to give room to remove the bolts
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
hi you will have to remove the wheel,grease cap from the hub remove the brake caliper and move aside (do not seporate rubber line). (discard caliper bolts can not be reused) remove rotor,wheel hub retainer nut (and discard nut can not be reused) in order to remove the hub
hub and new nut and tighten new nut to 189-254 ft.lbs
rotor new grease cap seal
brake caliper with 2 new bolts tighten to125-170 ft.lbs
wheel tighten to85-104 ft.lbs
pump the brake pedal befor moving car
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
There are sensors on all for hubs to tell if your brakes are worn out. I would either assume that you snagged something on the road that damaged one of these sensors(usually just a little wire that seems out of place as there are no electronics on the hubs), or you have a high mileage, or heavy braking issue. If you know that that is not the case then I would try making sure that the parking brake is not engaged. Beyond this you have a failure within the ABS control that has to be repaired by a certified tech. I would go to Auto anybody Zone and ask them to scan the car you want to copy down the codes and google them with the make of your car, they might tell you the exact issue.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
ABS and traction control really are only for panic stops and if your tires slip on wet surface's and yes each tire has a sensor on it. However if the brake light comes on this has nothing to do with the ABS or traction control lights. It's not a parking brake light. This light tells you, you have a serious brake problem.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: abs light
Here are a few things to check..Check your brake fluid first and you may not got all the air out your lines. I would try bleeding your brakes again. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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