I know this an old post but wish I had seen this before installing mine. Apparently they do have tool that helps remove the brake level sensor. They did not include it or mention it in the instructions. Found a video on youtube where a guy talks about it and had his vendor send him the tool, only to break the tool inside the hole while using it. The instructions state to grab the sensor with plug connected with pliers and just yank that badboy out (paraphrasing of course, and yes it's a bad boy, because if it was a good boy it would come out easier and it would also be a dog). Well it seemed too hard to pull like I was gonna break it (foreshadowing). I unplugged the sensor because I was afraid I was gonna smush the connector which would be difficult to replace. Glad I did! I had to yank so damn hard I broke the sensor housing in half, not from squeezing so hard with the pliers but from pulling so hard against the plastic nub (which I hadn't seen yet) on the housing meant to specifically prevent it from backing out. Well I pushed a small screw driver in careful not to touch the sensor and backed the rest of the senor housing and sensor out the other way. After removing the rest of the sensor housing and sensor I was dumbfounded that they recommended just yanking it out. The house broke clean around the nub. Luckily my sensor wasn't broken and I just super glued the sensor housing back together. I think it may be easier to unplug the sensor and push it through the slot to the drivers side (Left hand drive cars), or find a thin piece of metal and slide it over top the sensor housing from the drivers side to the passenger side (again Left hand drive car) so that it glides over the nub and prevents it from catching.Brake level sensor
Just installed my verticooler but I couldn't figure out how to remove and relocate the brake level sensor. Can anyone tell me how they removed and relocated it? Did you use a special tool or did PW provide one to you?