Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
Left shop after having the rear end greased and brake pads installed...noticed abs light on, didn't make it home the front end starting popping and jumping...seen where the caliper was put on backwards ,,,broke down in front of an auto repair , now there saying the entire front end needs replacing, bad axle, transfer etc ...I'm a lady and I dont know what to do, it was not doing that before I took it to the shop,there talking big money to fix it!!! What could have cause such a disaster ? There also saying I need ball joints, berrings , pretty much everything and i dont understand the ABS being on after I left the shop!!! Dang should not have divorced my Hubby!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try rebleeding the brakes. any air whatsoever will set off the abs light sometimes it takes a few times to get it all out even though they feel good. also make sure the fluid is full that will also set off the light.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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