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2007 Honda CRV. Got a VSA light and the front brakes locked up. Mechanic replaced brake pads, drums, calipers, hoses, and ABS module, brakes don’t lock up but module light keeps coming on?
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Hi, WELCOME to the forum.

Can you find the codes that are being generated? (Requires more than a basic OBD II scanner)

Did this VSA light happen AFTER the mentioned service, or before?
 

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Hi, WELCOME to the forum.

Can you find the codes that are being generated? (Requires more than a basic OBD II scanner)

Did this VSA light happen AFTER the mentioned service, or before?
I think it says Code 137-1
First it was breaks, then the smell, then the VSA light
 

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I think it says Code 137-1
First it was breaks, then the smell, then the VSA light
2007 Honda CRV. Got a VSA light and the front brakes locked up. Mechanic replaced brake pads, drums, calipers, hoses, and ABS module, brakes don’t lock up but module light keeps coming on?
What now?
 

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Thanks for sharing.


The narrative above shows work done to fix the issues. BUT Now, you are still having a brake code 137-1, or is it a different one?

Get a new code reading (bring it back to the shop that did all the work).

The two rear brake sensor codes might be an issue. These codes are generated by the sensor 'reading' the wheel bearings. If the bearings have been replaced, they may not be the proper ones, or they could have been installed improperly.
 
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