Originally Posted by Juiced46
You put the bearing in backwards. It can be installed either way, however there is only one correct way. There is a magnetic pickup inside of the bearing only on one side. It will set wheel speed sensor faults because the sensor cannot pick up the trigger wheel due to it being in backwards. Unfortunately you will be installing another bearing.
in my case, i had to replace a front hub & wheel assembly earlier this year and the DSC, ABS, DTC lights went off after i drove around outside the garage for a little bit. maybe less than a tenth of a mile. it's like it has to recalibrate itself.