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Old 04-01-2004, 04:56 PM   #1
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So here'* the situation. I stopped to get gas, fill up, turn the car back on and there was a vibrating noise coming out from the front wheels, then the ABS/TC lights came on. the lights then came on and off as i was driving today. Loose wires? Safe to drive? Any opinions would be great. Thanks.
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sounds like a speed sensor.. you're going to have to pull your wheel off each wheel or have it up on ramps to see if the connector is right or not.. get 2 paper clip.. bend them up.. and read the ohms reading on each sensor in the hub bearings to see if one of them is way off
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[quote]Posted: Thu Apr 01, 2004 4:59 pm
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sounds like a speed sensor.. you're going to have to pull your wheel off each wheel or have it up on ramps to see if the connector is right or not.. get 2 paper clip.. bend them up.. and read the ohms reading on each sensor in the hub bearings to see if one of them is way off


I measured both sides, readings are 100 ohms and 500 ohms........which one is bad?
I would assume that the 100 ohms sensor is....anyone know what it should read?


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measure one of the rear ones...2 out of 3 ain't bad (hope that isn't lost on everyone )
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