Tools for Replacing Anti-Lock Brake Sensors

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In this clip, we're going to talk about the proper way to remove and replace a rear wheel anti-lock brake sensor on a late model Ford Explorer. In this step, we're going to talk about the tools required to replace your rear wheel anti-lock brake sensor. What I have here, in front of me, is a standard metric socket set with a couple additions here in the middle. I have a magnetic tray, a small flat blade screwdriver, my heavy duty test light for circuitry integrity checks. I have a piece of wood to block my front wheels, being that it's rear wheel drive. I'm going to jack the rear wheels off the ground. You don't want it to roll away while you're working on it. So we're going to put this in front of the front tires. I have my heavy duty hydraulic floor jack and both jack stands. We're going to have both rear wheels off the ground so it's a good idea to go ahead and use two of them. These are the tools required in order to properly replace your rear wheel anti-lock brake sensor.


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