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Front unit only 2.13lbs, with dual unit 3.00lbs.
It's a good idea to change the regulator as well. It's the one that are more common to fail.
Resurface the rotors, turn then.
I would recommend this to be checked by an a/c specialist.
Check the stoplight switch on the brake pedal arm.
Lack of Maintenance.
Were the rotors/drums turned or resurfaced, could be the 'brakes', need to be broke in if they were not turned. It could also be a improper install.
Turn the key 1 click only, not turn the run position, and see if the shifter will move to neutral. Then see if it will start. If so it is in your shift interlock system, which includes the signal from the stoplight switch.
Check the circuit from the relay to the starter wire at the solenoid for battery +. If it's good your still have a bad cable connection.
I have never heard that one, have never seen that as well.