They are tight! Worst case is you remove them by any means necessary and buy new bolts.
Did you press the brake repeatedly? You have to do do that after installing pads.I finally got the front driver side wheel bearing installed along with new rotor & pads. I started her up & the ABS & SLIP lights stay on. In addition, no brake pressure. When installing, I reattached the new ABS sensor plug & didnt open any brake line nipples. No brake fluid leaked. Didn't seem to be any issues during the install.
Yikes, any ideas about this? I never had those lights go on before.
Was thinking maybe some air got in the system when I pushed the rams back in? A simple bleed at that nipple?