Originally Posted by Magna3
Great write up.
One thing, It would probably be better to recommend you pump the brakes after each wheel is done. Two reasons, 1- You will probably over-flow the reservoir with 4 brake sets pushed completely back, 2- This way you’ll know which wheel (of the two that have sensors) is causing a problem if the sensor light comes on.
Now, follow up with a road test!
This is one of the resons why I said that I did it, but if people are just replacing the front then a lot of the times they are fine with doing it after you are completely done.
About the sensor, it is only on one of the wheels in the front and one of the wheels in the rear, so it narrows it down already.