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Old 09-02-2018, 18:13   #1
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Rear ABS broke, what to do?

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Right I changed the rear pads today and stupidly enough I somehow managed to pull the wires for the rear passenger abs sensor out of the plug. Now I tried to push them back in but it didn't work and threw up dash lights. What are my options?
I'm thinking of getting a new plug with the wires attached and cutting and joining them to my existing abs cable. Surely this would work? Also for the time being, can I just join the two wires together without a plug to get rid of the lights on the dash. Also ideally I want abs in this weather lol
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Old 09-02-2018, 23:29   #2
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Rear ABS broke, what to do?

You can get a plug with cables and just join. Make sure itís water proof. And no you cant just join the two cables to stop the light. Thatís not how abs works. Itís a speed sensor. You would be better off joining them to an ice cream

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