The only sensors are the ABS sensors well behind the rotor. Normally these would not be affected by a rotor change. However if the rotors are rusted to the hubs, a common method to free them is to use a torch on the rotors near the hubs. Too much heat can affect the ABS sensors though, potentially destroying them. You can do a visual check to look for signs of melting.New issue. Had all 4 brakes done yesterday with new ceramic pads and hardware. Also put two new rotors on front. After driving 10-15 miles all the lights came on the dash and are still on. Car runs fine thou. Question is is there any sensors or electrical connectors near all 4 wheels the mechanic may have disturbed or disconnected? I will be putting it on my cheapie code tester this afternoon.
Yes, had the piston rings replaced in that excessive oil combustion recall at 150,000 miles.(Just made it!)I believe you have the 2AZ-FE engine, right? if so, it would be great if you can find one that has undergone the fix to the pistons and rings.