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Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering & Brakes' started by Steven Hicks, Nov 21, 2020.

  1. Steven Hicks

    Steven Hicks Active Member

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    Not sure how to describe this..................I assume there is a cable from engine compartment that drops down through the inner wheel arch to attach the speed/wear sensor cable to? This has been removed as the previous owner couldn't be a**ed to fix discs and pads!! So I need to know what this part is and where it would connect to? Hope I have explained it enough for someone to help
     
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    Are you asking about the brake wear indicator from the pads ?
     
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    Steven Hicks

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    No the part from sensor cable to engine
     
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    Is the connection block in the wing liner missing? You should have connections for wheel speed sensors and for brake pads .
     
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    Steven Hicks

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    Right so it is the fronts and the part missing is the section attached to the arch in the picture which I assume goes to somewhere in the engine bay
     
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    Id imagine it to go back to the fusebox tbh.

    That connection block isn't related to the engine.
     
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    brake pad wear sensors & ABS sensors are two different things ;)
     
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    Go on son
     
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    Steven Hicks

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    Very well spotted, however we are talking about the missing link/cable to I assume somewhere in engine bay/ fuse box or where ever it might hide away ;)
     
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    So if it is missing will the ABS light not be permanently on? Also the cruse controls won't work either.
     
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    Steven Hicks

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    Yes that is correct
     

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