Removal

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

2. REMOVE REAR WHEEL

3. REMOVE REAR BRAKE DRUM SUB-ASSEMBLY (See page BR-60)

4. DISCONNECT SKID CONTROL SENSOR WIRE (See page AH-14)

5. REMOVE REAR AXLE HUB AND BEARING ASSEMBLY (See page AH-14)

6. REMOVE SKID CONTROL SENSOR

(a) Install the 4 hub nuts and the 4 hub bolts onto the rear axle hub, and then fix the rear axle hub in a vice between aluminum plates.

NOTICE:

If the skid control sensor is dropped or heavily damaged, replace the rear axle hub and bearing.

(b) Using a 3 mm pin punch and hammer, remove the 2 pins from SST (09520-00031) and remove the attachment (09521-00010).

(c) Using SST and the 2 bolts (90101-12007), remove the skid control sensor from the rear axle hub. SST 09520-00031 (09520-00040), 09521-00020,

09950-00020 NOTICE:

• Pull the skid control sensor off straight, being careful not to make contact with the skid control sensor rotor.

• If the skid control sensor rotor is damaged or deformed, replace the rear axle hub and bearing.

• Do not damage the skid control sensor or rear axle hub contact surfaces.

• Keep the sensor rotor free of foreign matter.

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