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Old 01-30-2013, 12:47 AM   #1
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abs light on after rear right repair

Hi everyone

Recently mr 2002 zx5 was making a louad grinding sound , I took it in and the right rear bearig was completely distroyed, it was so bad that my cylinder ruptured , so the garage replaced the drum with new bearing in it, the cylinder, the abs ring and i believe the sensor. The abs light came on the day before I took it in to get it repaired. After the repair the garage said to drive it and the abs light would go away. But it has not turned off.

Can someone give me some advice on how to check if it is still a problem with the right rear, which I suspect because it is the only issue i had. Do I need to remove the wheels to check the abs sensors.

I am kind of new at DIY auto repair so pics or a tutorial would be great.

BTW I love this site, I fixed my over heating problem by replacing a sensor, which the garage charged me to replace the water pump and still overheat.


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Old 03-03-2013, 07:02 PM   #2
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Bump. I have a similar problem, so I'm eager to see what folks have found.
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