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Old 03-19-2007, 11:04 PM   #11
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Default Ohm check on the WSS'*

Did you check the WSS'* with an ohmmeter? I did that with mine, to verify the diagnosis that came with my car. The correct wheel sensor measured infinite resistance, the good side was close to (and a bit over) 1K ohms. The failure was internal, so all wiring appeared normal. I have a replacement knuckle assembly from the JY already, but waiting for warmer, drier weather and more time to tackle that job.
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