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Brakes sensors? need to replace the brakes but not sure if it has sensors. when i go to buy them the clerk asked if i had sensors on the brakes. i bought the car w/o an owners manual so i am not sure. any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you so much.

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Is he asking if you have anit-lock brake sensors or brake wear sensors?

I may have owners manual for this car. I'll check. If I do, I'll sell it for $5 plus $2 postage.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

  • gerry bissi Jun 02, 2009

    I have 1999 Contour (Sister car to Mystique) and I have 1997 Mystique. Let me know. I have Wiring Diagram Manual too. ($10).



    By the wy, it should not make any difference whether you have anti-lock brakes or not. The brake pads and rotors are the same.










    Item

    Part Number

    Description


    1
    -
    Brake caliper anchor plate

    2
    -
    Front brake disc

    3
    -
    Outer brake pad

    4
    -
    Inner brake pad

    5
    -
    Brake caliper

    6
    -
    Wheel knuckle



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