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Old 11-14-2012, 07:20 AM   #1
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98 Alpine coach abs sensor

I am looking for a part number for the front abs sensor for my 98 Alpine Coach. Also a part number for the parking brake switch located above the rear axle that turns the parking brake light on and off. Any input appreciated.
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I am looking for a part number for the front abs sensor for my 98 Alpine Coach. Also a part number for the parking brake switch located above the rear axle that turns the parking brake light on and off. Any input appreciated.
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Brian- For posterity, could you post the source, part#, and costs?
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I am looking for a part number for the front abs sensor for my 98 Alpine Coach. Also a part number for the parking brake switch located above the rear axle that turns the parking brake light on and off. Any input appreciated.
Hi 2talk42, I am sure the 99 was the same;

ABS front wheel sensor, Wabco Merritor # 0632-51-97 I am told that there is some adjustment on the sensor to set it closer to the wheel. (I am not talking from experience.)

Calipers; Napa rebuild #SE8551 cost $63. Brand name Gunite, all 4 calipers are the same

Rotors; Napa # D6176M cost $150. all 4 are the same

Disc pads; available in different qualities and prices. one is Bendix #D225 Napa $76. per axel

The same brake system is used on International school buses.

I hope you have found the info about the necessity of changing thr brake fluid. This seems to be very important, even though it would be unusual to do this on our cars. Hope I have been of some help. Sorry I cannot help on the parking brake light. If you need more call me at; home 812 346 4396 or cell 314 610 2622 Don Robinson, the old trucker.
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