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Old 06-21-2004, 10:21 AM   #21
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Ok, going by Foghorns pic in his post above:

I still have the white clip which connects the sensor unit to the main wiring harness coming down from the ABS module. The wires, however, are all dangling from the clip, NOT from the sensor end. In short, there are no wires sticking out of the sensor. So i've been wondering if that little black oval with two holes in it (on the sensor hub) is replacible without replacing the entire sensor. Anyone have a part number on that or know if it comes out?

Once again, in Foghorns pic above, my wires are broken all the way on the end (black wires on the sensor side of foghorns red splice) and no wires are sticking out of the sensor.

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Sorry but you cannot just replace the sensor but the entire hub.
The part # I have is 12429204, but please have this # confirmed as it is pricey.
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There are no wires in the sensor itself. If the clip is still connected to the sensor you can unclip it and pull the male end out. The wires that are dangling should be reconnected to the piece you pulled out (solder, replace the male end, whatever) and then reinserted into the sensor.
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