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Old 06-06-2008
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im looking to replace my rotors and they keep asking me if i have all wheel or 2 wheel abs and i dont know.

its a 99 v6 4.0 xlt would anyone happen to know?
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Look for wires going to each spindle in the front. If you have them then you have 4wheel abs. If not then you have 2wheel abs.
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theres only wires in the rear does that mean i only have rear abs brakes?
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Yes. If there are no wires going to the front then there are no abs sensors. Double check though. Brake lines vs wires.
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either way the rotors are only a 2 dollar difference each depending on whether its 4 or 2 wheel abs so ill let figure it out
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