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Old 01-09-2006, 09:36 AM   #11
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Chinski...the only way to truly know which WSS is faulty would be to have a dealer check it.
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Should the front pieces feel.... loose.

Not the connections, but what the connector connects to...... if that makes any sense.
im not wondering if the WSS connector clip has become broken thus making it feel loose
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Should the front pieces feel.... loose.

Not the connections, but what the connector connects to...... if that makes any sense.
im not wondering if the WSS connector clip has become broken thus making it feel loose
If one broke... they both broke..... because they feel equally loose.
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Which connectors are you talking about?

The wires feed out to the wheel area and should be clipped on to the backing plate to hold it nearby. The actual WSS is built into the hub bearing.
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