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Old 04-05-2019, 10:05 PM   #1
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Default Dash lights staying on after brake replacement

Hi guys. New to the forum. Just having issues with our ex ambo 2004 44. My mechanic put in all new brakes and rotors and new CV boots, which involved removing the cv shafts. It's all back together now but the EDC, ABS and traction control lights are staying on the dash. Anybody had this?
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Old 04-05-2019, 10:38 PM   #2
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Default Re: Dash lights staying on after brake replacement

probably a wheel sensor either bumped or wrecked...a scanner will tell you where to look. yes, had it happen when I got new CV boots - mine needed to be replaced - mechanic took responsibility
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Default Re: Dash lights staying on after brake replacement

Way back when I had my first Sprinter I did the front brakes and accidentally banged the wheel sensor with something enough to make it interfere with the tone ring. ABS Traction, etc lights all lit up within a few yards.
Thats your most likely scenario.
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