Changed Brakes & Rotors then got a Height Sensor Fault
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    FRESHMAN ROVER
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    Changed Brakes & Rotors then got a Height Sensor Fault

    Hi,

    I took my 2006 RRS into a mechanic to get the Brakes, Rotors & Brake Sensors changed. Everything was fine when I took it into the shop. However, after the job was done there was a suspension fault on the dash. He ran a scan and told me the left rear height sensor is not working. Just wondering if there is a likelihood that this was caused by the brake job (something was dislodged for instance). Or could this be a pure coincidence?

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    FRESHMAN ROVER rjsimmons's Avatar
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    Re: Changed Brakes & Rotors then got a Height Sensor Fault

    There is a possibility that the mech damaged the sensor or inadvertently disconnected the lead. Take it back to the shop and have them look.
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