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      04-14-2015, 08:05 PM   #1
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I recently paint my rear calipers. (I didn't take the calipers off. I mask off everything except the caliper) After that the DSC DBC fault light come on. I tried to scan it with Torque pro app. Nth comes up. Did I accidently Rear ABS speed sensor? Or it's something else? What should I do?
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I recently paint my rear calipers. (I didn't take the calipers off. I mask off everything except the caliper) After that the DSC DBC fault light come on. I tried to scan it with Torque pro app. Nth comes up. Did I accidently Rear ABS speed sensor? Or it's something else? What should I do?
Did you unplug your brake sensor? Did it become disconnected by mistake?

If not, you probably got paint on the sensor and it's causing a misreading. I'd look up a safe way to clean the sensor if it's the latter.
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Did you unplug your brake sensor? Did it become disconnected by mistake?

If not, you probably got paint on the sensor and it's causing a misreading. I'd look up a safe way to clean the sensor if it's the latter.
Let me try. Thanks!!
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Did you unplug your brake sensor? Did it become disconnected by mistake?

If not, you probably got paint on the sensor and it's causing a misreading. I'd look up a safe way to clean the sensor if it's the latter.
The brake sensor is unplugged I tried to plug it back in but it's kinda loose... Do I have to remove the caliper to do that?
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Did you unplug your brake sensor? Did it become disconnected by mistake?

If not, you probably got paint on the sensor and it's causing a misreading. I'd look up a safe way to clean the sensor if it's the latter.
The brake sensor is unplugged I tried to plug it back in but it's kinda loose... Do I have to remove the caliper to do that?
No. I believe just the pads.
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