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After changing the front and rear tires and the rear rotor, now the ABS lite will not go out. Any suggestions? Yes all the calipers had to be removed to do the job, but that shouldn't affect anything. I think it actually stops better now. I did lay the bike over on it's side for about an hour to change the rear parts. Could that affect anything? I need to clear that light for inspection. :(
 

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I saw a picture on here of a GL1800 wheel with ABS, and it has bumps on the wheel that are sensors for the ABS.

I'm guessing one of your sensors either got unplugged or is out of position. I wouldn't think the bumps are located on the old rotor though...
 

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Possibly a damaged, or disconnected sensor. Don't wish to insult your intelligence, but is the front wheel on the right way round? The little toothed wheel at the centre should be on the right - yes, I have seen someone do that before.
 

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I don't believe there are any bumps on the wheel. Brakes work better without the ABS working.
 

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Yes the wheel is on correct. Need to find the sensor wire.
 
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