Recently helped a friend replace rotors & pads on an S-10 that had "non-ABS brakes". Only after installation he noticed the ABS light & brake lights on the dash were remaining on. What problems will this cause? Must the rotors be replaced with different rotors?
what happens if ABS brakes are replaced w/ non-ABS rotors? on 2003 Chevrolet S10
by bjhupp in Mansfield, OH on August 13, 2010
ANSWER by Visitor , August 13, 2010
I don't think this is related to the rotors, it's likely a sensor wire was left disconnected or something like that. Double check the work to see if this is the case.
ANSWER by Ghost Wolf , August 13, 2010
There ARE different rotors for this truck for ABS or non-ABS. He must get the ABS rotors. These run between $40-$50 per rotor.