The front wheel bearings have a magnetic encoder ring built-in that, along with the sensor that reads it, tells the computer what the wheels are doing. This info is used to trigger the ABS/traction control systems. If the bearing you used doesn't have the encoder ring or you put the bearing in backwards so the ring is facing outwards instead of inwards, or you unplugged/damaged the sensor while doing the install, you'll get warning lights on the dash.
I took it back apart again today and tested the sensor and the wheel bearing to see if it was right. The wheel bearing is good but The sensor must of got damaged. I’ll go and get a sensor tomorrow and see if it works Thanks for the info tho.
Im trying to remove the clutch slave cylinder actuator. Is it just the seals holding it in? Removed line and the thing seems real tight. Afraid to break something. Do i just need more power? 2010 caliber.
I have the strangest problem. Caliber runs great until I add fuel. Then it will die at stop lights or just going down the road for about 10 minutes after refueling.
My first thought was trash in the tank clogging pump pickup, but after the initial 10 minutes (or so) it runs great again.
I just bought a 07 caliber and everything ran fine until the warrenty ran out. Now i'm hearing a clicking noise around the front driver tire. Only when im coming to a stop. I'm sure its something to do with the brakes just not sure what. Also i'm hearing a tapping/clicking noise in the engine...