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Old 08-01-2007, 01:58 AM   #1
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thanks for looking.... i need to no where the speed sensor for my 95 se is on my car... i heard somewhere by one of the tires and then someone else told me i have one on each wheel. ?
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They are on the back side of each wheel hub. I'm curious as to why you are looking for them?
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A little more accurately they are incorporated into each of your wheel hubs. (aka wheel bearings). The wiring comes off the back of the hub past the axle and hooks onto (in the front) the rotor backing plate where it connectors to the vehicle side wiring harness. IIRC the rear is similar, however being drum brakes is slightly different for the wire connector location.
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They are on the back side of each wheel hub. I'm curious as to why you are looking for them?
i have a slight problem where my traction contron turns off at 25-30 mph and gets stuck off untill i retsart the car.. so i thought i would start with something easy to see if i can fix it.
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Checking and cleaning the connectors is a good starting point.
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Moving to 92-99. Please don't post mechanical issues in general chat.
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Moving to 92-99. Please don't post mechanical issues in general chat.
can you please put this back in the right topic i posted in....

this is not a mechanical issue i am asking for help with.. i just asked a question on where sokmething was..... thanks
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Moving to 92-99. Please don't post mechanical issues in general chat.
can you please put this back in the right topic i posted in....

this is not a mechanical issue i am asking for help with.. i just asked a question on where sokmething was..... thanks
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we aren't moving this again...

You evidentially have an issue with the traction control system which is a part of the ABS system which could have bad input or output pressure sensors or possibly a bad wheel speed sensor or bad wire to the wheel speed sensor... Even the EBTCM could have issues...

Now you know where the wires are...

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woah, o.k im starting to get the feeling a few people dont like me.

all i asked was a question which i felt was unnecessery to waste room in the mechanical section of the forum.. i was not looking for an answer to my problem..

willwren asked me why i was looking for them so i stated why.. but that was not my question or nor was i looking for an answer to my problem as i have already started a post for my traction control issue a while ago and now i just wanted to no where the spped sensor was..


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