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1994 Chrysler LHS Braking issues

Discussion in 'LH: Large Cars, 1993-2004' started by JerCrest01, Jun 3, 2019.

  1. JerCrest01

    JerCrest01 New Member

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    Hello,

    I replaced my axles, and front bearings, and after that my brakes are acting up. I stem on the pedal and it pulses, and does nothing.
     
  2. valiant67

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    Sounds like the car has ABS and something is wrong in that system. Did you use the proper ABS parts? Any sensor damaged or unplugged?
     
  3. ImperialCrown

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    Are the toothed ABS tone wheels on the replacement axles?
     
  4. JerCrest01

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    I did use the abs tone axles. I had to use a rubber mallet to get the old bearings off of the spindles to replace the axles, would this cause abs sensor damage?
     
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    Follow up, I went on a test drive and the same issue came up after i changed the abs sensors, my brother suggested that I pull the fuse on the ABS and the issue went away. However is there anyway to see if the ABS system is malfunctioning? Motor or wiring ect.....
     
  6. valiant67

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    You’ll need an advanced scan tool that can read the ABS computer on the car to diagnose.
     

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