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Get a manual from the auto parts store near you. It will have diagrams and step by step instructions.

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  1. Raise and support vehicle.

  2. NOTE: Clean off dirt and foreign material that may have collected around the rear anti-lock brake sensor before removal. Remove the rear anti-lock brake sensor.
1 Disconnect the rear anti-lock brake sensor electrical connector. 2 Remove the bolt. 3 Remove the rear anti-lock brake sensor.
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