Question about Chevrolet Blazer
It could be a number of things,rear sensor,module,bad sensor in the hubs.you will have to check the abs module for codes to pinpoint the problem.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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I agree the main tools you will need are a 3/4 or 19mm for your lug nuts, then a 3/8 allen wrench for the caliper bolts then a 36mm socket to remove the axle nut. Then a 13 mm to remove the 3 wheel bearing bolts from the back side. Then use a hammer to tap the shaft in the bearing to make sure it is loose then tap the bearing off the steering knuckle. Make sure to disconect the wheel speed sensor blue and white conector also should be about a 100 part at the local parts store.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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