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Found my ABS problem

Well i found why my ABS light was on LOL So i guess ill be calling Prozack in the morning


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Woops! How'd you manage that one?
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Woops! How'd you manage that one?
The studs on the superior shafts thread in, Well when i was doing my tires my mechanic daughter was playing with them and threaded it out a bit and i for got to tighten it. So i threw the wheel on and *Snap* LOL so its all my fault but kind of a bummer lol

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Ouch! Ah well, ProZack will fix you up.
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well, at least it's only a $15 dollar part. Could have been a lot worse.
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The studs on the superior shafts thread in, Well when i was doing my tires my mechanic daughter was playing with them and threaded it out a bit and i for got to tighten it. So i threw the wheel on and *Snap* LOL so its all my fault but kind of a bummer lol
That's a common problem with the aftermarket shafts. I've been there done that with my Alloy USA's. Throw some red lock tight on the studs or it is likely to happen whenever you rotate the tires.

The sensor is only about $12 at the dealer.
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That's a common problem with the aftermarket shafts. I've been there done that with my Alloy USA's. Throw some red lock tight on the studs or it is likely to happen whenever you rotate the tires.

The sensor is only about $12 at the dealer.
Yeah i just totally for got to make sure they were tight before i threw the tire on there, so i orderd 2 of them so now i have a spare lol

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