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ABS light is on and there are wires hanging by the calipers but I cant find a place to hook up the wires

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  • aralston82 Oct 06, 2010

    I know that its a sensor but don't see where it goes... there is already a sensor plugged in... this one is just wrapped in electrical tape on both sides and hanging...

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How do I get the front brake rotor off of a 2006 GMC Canyon 2 WD?


Tools Required:

Lug Removal Tool
Impact Gun(Recommended)
Sockets.. Lots of metric sockets
Ratchets
Wrenches
Porta Power(hydraulic piston) --- THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT... use to press hub off..
LOTS OF PATIENCE


Instructions:

1) Jack vehicle and support on jack stands.

2) Remove front tire.

3) Remove Front Brake caliper.. hang on frame using a bungee or other support
Important to not stress hose.

4) Remove brake pad support.

5) Remove 4 bolts from rear of hub.

6) Undo bolt for ABS sensorfrom frame, undo all clips holding wire.
Crawl under truckand unclip wire connector(trace wire from the ABS sensorto find it)

7) Make sure wire is unclipped from the frame and will not bind on removal of hub. (Prevents Damage of ABS sensor)

icon_cool.gif.pagespeed.ce.l5kzkvpb-u.gifTRICKY PART: Turn the wheels so that you can use the hydraulic porta-power against where the lower control arm mountsto the front. (Turn the
wheel left). Position porta-power to be placed inside dimple of the middle of the hub. DO NOT DAMAGE ABS SENSOR...
Pump Porta-power until hub "Pops".. be extremely careful removing the hub not to damage the ABS wireat all.. It is easy to break and not notice (I did
this and had to resplice it)

9) Hub should be removed from vehicle by this point and you can remove the six bolts holding the old rotor on. Still be careful not to damage the sensor.

10) Change the rotor. (do not use impact gun to reattach.. may strip threads)

11) Installation is basically reverse of removal.

12) Install brake pads, press caliper back in (typical brake job)

13) Put tire back on.. do other side.. and you're done.


Porta Poweris this.... http://www.southern-tool.com/store/porta_power_kit.html

Aug 02, 2014 | 2006 GMC Canyon

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How to replace 2005 ford freestar rear hub assembly


*Remove the rear tire
*Get yourself an old wire coat hanger (or some bailing wire)
*Remove the 2 - 13mm bolts holding the caliper in place
*Bend the wire/coat hanger and use it to "hang" the caliper on -
basically do not let the caliper hang by its hose.
*Rock the caliper back and forth a little until it comes away from
the caliper bracket, then hang it on your wire.
*Remove the 2 - 18mm bolts holding the caliper mounting bracket
and remove the bracket, set it aside.
*Remove the rotor - You might need to hit it with a rubber mallet to
get it to come lose (rust).
*At this point you should see the hub (the part with the lug studs
sticking out towards you). On the backside of the hub, you should
see 4 studs facing the inward,
*Follow the wire for your wheel speed sensor that is located in the
center of those 4 studs facing inwards (you should see it pretty
clearly) and disconnect it.
*Remove the hub's nuts (15mm if I recall), then swap out your hub
assembly.
*Reconnect the wire

Use the reverse order to put things back together.

Hope this helps!
Cheers

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Just had a front rotor on my 1997 chrysler town and country mini van replaced and now the abs light comes on randomly. does that mean that the abs system is broken? or did the person changing the rotor do...


Most likely sloppy work & disturbed the wiring to ABS Sensor

There is no excuse for that

Shops do not road test before or after work, & don't
make good use of there scan tools

Stay away from the big name franchises

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Anti-lock ABS light came one after ball joint replacement.. Codes?


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I had a blowout on the left front of my 2004 F350 and a wire in the wheel well was hanging loose and the ABS light is on. Where does this wire go?


there is a sensor on the caliper that the wire goes to but if the plug in on it is gone you will need to replace your caliper to hook mit back up

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ABS and Service Traction light are on


Check for a loose ABS sensor. I just had this issue take place after riding some rough roads during repaving. The ABS sensor on the right front wheel came loose and was hanging by the wires.

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I cant get the brake disc to push back in to replace the brake pads. Is there a switch in the Master Resevoir that I have to open and if so how?


No, see procedure below listed at autozone.com. Try opening bleeder. You may have a kink somewhere or hose decomposing internally. Else the piston is locked in place. Was the brake working before replacing pads?

  1. Remove 1 / 2 of the volume of brake fluid from the master cylinder to prevent overflow when the caliper piston is compressed.
  2. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  3. Remove the wheel and tire assemblies.
  4. Remove the brake caliper without disconnecting the brake line. Support the caliper with a length of wire. Do not let the caliper hang from the brake hose.
    NOTE On some disc brake systems it is not necessary to remove the caliper when installing new brake pads. Remove the lower slide bolt and rotate the caliper upward to remove the pads.
  5. Remove the brake pads and shims. Inspect the brake rotor and machine or replace as necessary. Check the minimum thickness (specification is cast into the rotor) before machining.

To install:
  1. Use a suitable tool to push the caliper piston into its bore.
  2. Apply a thin coat of grease to the rear face of the brake pad and install the shim. Install the brake pads.
  3. Install the calipers. Lubricate the caliper bolts and boots. If equipped with a 4-cylinder engine, tighten the caliper mounting bolts to 24 ft. lbs. (33 Nm). If equipped with a 6-cylinder engine, tighten the caliper mounting bolts to 54 ft. lbs. (74 Nm).
  4. Install the wheel and tire assemblies and lower the vehicle.
  5. Apply the brakes several times to seat the pads before moving the vehicle. Check the fluid in the master cylinder and add as necessary.

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How to change front brake pads on 2006 town and country


Loosen tire lug nuts. Jack up the car and remove lug nuts and tire. Remove two bolts holding the caliper in place. Remove the the two bolts holding pads in place. Hang caliper with a wire from wheel so brake line is not stressed. Mount new calipers in correctly and tigthen pad bolts. Put caliper on and tighten caliper bolts. Replace tire and lugs nuts. Jack car down and tigheten lug nuts.

Aug 17, 2010 | 2006 Chrysler Town & Country

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Change front brake pads


Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove 2/3 of the brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir using a clean syringe or equivalent. Install the reservoir cap.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle with jackstands.
  4. Mark the relationship of the wheel to the hub and bearing assembly.
  5. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
  6. Remove the caliper, as outlined later, and suspend from the strut with a wire hook or suitable piece of wire. Do NOT disconnect the brake hose or allow the caliper to hang from the brake line!

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Suspend the caliper from the strut with a suitable piece of wire. Do NOT allow the caliper to hang by the brake line

Remove the outboard shoe and lining (pad) by using a prytool to disengage the buttons on the shoe from the holes in the caliper housing.


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Use a prytool to release the outboard pad retaining buttons


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Remove the outboard brake pad from the caliper

  1. Remove the inboard shoe and lining (pad) from the caliper.

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Slide the inboard pad out, disengaging the retaining clip ears ...

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My anti lock brake lights go on & off intermittently with a "trac off" light on my 2003 Pontiac Grand Am. Now it is on continually with resulting no anti-lock brakes. A non-expert opinion said fix is...


the 1st thing you need to find out is what ABS/trac control system trouble code you have, but based on what u have said you may have a defective wheel speed sensor, there are four and they are quite expensive so I would spend the diagnostic time and have the dealer test the ABS/Traction control for the code.

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