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: ABS light on


stevo knevo
30-08-07, 08:04 AM
On my my95 ng900 2.0t.
Rear pads bit the metal t'other day,so new discs and pads ordered and fitted to nsr,no probs except ABS light now on http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_evil.gif Went to fit osr but the locking wheel nut exploded(got new tyres fitted 3 weeks ago so feckin tyre monkeys obviously goosed it by over torqueing it! http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_evil.gif will take it up wi them tomorrow but not holding my breath about them accepting liability http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_evil.gif )so will have to get bolt out http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_sad.gif before replacing osr discs and pads.
So has the abs sensor given up the ghost or could it be because one side is new and other totally worn out causing an imbalance issue triggering the light?Have'nt driven the car as yet to see if it goes out.
TIA

gentlyusedsaab
30-08-07, 02:01 PM
On my my95 ng900 2.0t.
Rear pads bit the metal t'other day,so new discs and pads ordered and fitted to nsr,no probs except ABS light now on http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_evil.gif Went to fit osr but the locking wheel nut exploded(got new tyres fitted 3 weeks ago so feckin tyre monkeys obviously goosed it by over torqueing it! http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_evil.gif will take it up wi them tomorrow but not holding my breath about them accepting liability http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_evil.gif )so will have to get bolt out http://www.uksaabs.co.uk/images/smiles/icon_sad.gif before replacing osr discs and pads.
So has the abs sensor given up the ghost or could it be because one side is new and other totally worn out causing an imbalance issue triggering the light?Have'nt driven the car as yet to see if it goes out.
TIA


Wut are u saying bro???

stevo knevo
30-08-07, 02:48 PM
I was asking,after spending a pile of hard earned to keep my car in tip-top condition,:roll: if anyone had any idea after why changing the discs and pads my ABS light was on!Found the problem!The plug was'nt properly seated on the sensor.

Also phoned tyre shop,explained problem with locking wheel nut and they told me to bring it over right away and they removed it pronto AND told me to bring receipt in for a new set of bolts and they will reimburse me:cool: Top service in my book.

So rear pads and discs all fitted and things are ok in ABS land too :D
Just waiting on my braided brakelines being delivered then i've got some racing blue brake fluid to go in them,hopefully this will sharpen up the stoppers a bit.

earthworm
30-08-07, 03:16 PM
Wut are u saying bro???

I was wondering the same...

But the second post is much better, and far more uplifting - with positive things:cheesy: being accomplished.

Now, if one can convince the "monkeys" NOT to use their impact guns to tighten wheel nuts.......... I used to do this as well:nono;