Yeah thats what i was actually thinking (replacing the sensor). I did notice that it had been worn down along with the front brakes, hence the warning light coming on. The front brakes were substantially worn more and I know its the front left sensor that is tripping the light. I'll look into replacing it. I hate stupid little off color lights on my dash...its annoying.
Yeah Alpine, beer would have made it more fun, but I was sweating my ass off outside today. Its such a load off my shoulders to have gotten it done though. sooo glad.
One last little thing...I had to bleed the lines to get the pistons to release some to fit the calipers back on with the new pads. After finishing the job, I noticed my brakes were a little softer (had to push a little harder on the pedal to engage braking). How can I get it back to firm braking? I did go back and bleed the front brake lines some and it did make a little difference for the better...should I just go ahead and continue doing it until I get the braking response I should?
5 Speed Manual
Alpine CDA-7895 Head Unit
12" Alpine Type-R, sealed box
Pioneer 400w amp for $20 at a yard sale (to replace my fried MRV-1507)
Infinity Kappa 4" 2-way speakers(rear)
Infinity Kappa 5.25" component speakers(front)
Debaffled airbox, K&N filter
Tracked Mud on carpets
Shampooed and cleaned carpets