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Faulty sensor

Question : I HAD the engine of my Toyota SE replaced with a half cut and my mechanic said it was too troublesome to reconnect the rear sensor.

Is it safe to drive without having the rear sensor connected ?

Also, the indicator of my wife's Proton Wira 1.5 airbag was blinking without reason.

An authorized workshop told me that its computer was not able to access the control panel, claiming that it was an export version.

Answer : 1. I think you should seriously think about changing your mechanic.

How could he say that it was too troublesome to reconnect the ABS sensor when that is a safety item and there is a possibility of you getting killed when braking in an emergency ?

All sensors need to be connected for the system to work properly.

2. Have you tried going back to another larger authorized workshop ?

Not all authorized workshops have the same degree of skill and knowledge and usually the bigger ones that handle more cars will be better equipped in knowledge and experience to resolve your problems.

 
   
 

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