Question about 2007 Volkswagen EOS Convertible
Not all vehicles have anti-lock sensors on all wheels. Your best option is to pull out your original window sticker to check whether you have anti-lock brakes. If so, did it come with two wheel anti-locks or four wheel anti-lock brakes. If you no longer have the original window sticker you can request the vehicle information from the Parts Counter at your local dealership by supplying them with the vehicle's VIN #. You might also be able to run your VIN # on Edmunds.com to see what features came with the vehicle. As an alternative you can crawl under the vehicle to check whether there is a cable assembly leading into the back side of the wheel hub assembly (not to be confused with the metal tubing brake line.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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