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CHANGE ROTORS AND BREAK PADS ON ALL FOUR TIRES, FRONT PASSENGER TIRE, WHEN PRESSING ON BRAKE PEDAL IT GRINDS WITH MEDAL TO MEDAL, AND PULLS THE CAR TO THE LEFT, SOMETIMES THE ABS LIGHT TURNS ON, AND THE PROBLEM OF THE CAR GRINDING AND PULLING TO THE LEFT STOPS. DID I DO SOMETHING WRONG WHEN I CHANGED THE ROTOR DAMAGING THE ABS CENSOR?

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You had to leave something out, or you got a pad in backwards. The right front right,? it is not grabbing, just grinding, should be easy enough to spot, take the wheel off again and find the problem, Changing the pads should have nothing to do with the abs,. I don't know why the light would be coming on unless you have too much movement for the abs to work, or not enough. Check it out, hope this helps.

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