Question about 2001 Volvo S40
I replaced the rear passenger side brake caliper, along (both) rear brake pads and roters on my 2001 Volvo S40, but the car seems to be slipping when I first step on the gas and the traction and ABS lights come on. It seems as though it may be a sensor problem. Any suggestions?
Maybe you have iron debris stuck to the magnetic ABS sensor. behind the hub. Remove the sensor from behind the hub and clean it or remove the whole hub. To remove the hub you need to remove the calliper and rotor, knok off the centre dust cap and undo the 30mm nut and then the hub will slide off and you will see the sensor. When re fitting the hub, toque the nut to 120NM then 30degs more ( that is from Volvo Vadas official instructions).
I've just replaced the hub last night on my 2001 V40.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Abs control module
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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