Well, I came to realize how much I need a brake shoe replacement in the left side, but other than that, I just got clean brake drums and shoes, and 2 errors I cannot get rid of (error 13 + 14, both rear ABS), after testing abs sensor on the left as well. :)
I've learned one thing, pulling the grounding cable and draining power from the wiring does nothing in regards to resetting the errors, so I may have no bad parts at all, or 2 ABS sensors gone bad after testing.
I asked in local Mazda groups, and one guy mentioned a separate control box for the ABS, that needs resetting by connecting TBS with ground, turning on the ignition, and pressing the brake pedal 10 times in less than 10 seconds, then removing the connecting wire, and ABS errors should be cleared (still waiting on confirmation, as to ignition being on or off, when the connecting wire gets pulled).
I'll let you know if it works out or not.
Saturday, August 31st, 2019 AT 8:36 PM