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Old 11-27-2006, 10:43 PM   #21
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Can you give me that website please?
http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/
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Okay after looking at the diagram, it looks like the part is accessible from the trunk. If that is the case I should be able to install it (unless it needs to be realigned after installation) as 'markwb' mentioned in an earlier post.
That would save me a chunk of CDN $$$$
Do you guys know if it needs to be set up or is it just plug and play?
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im willing to bet that there is a directional arrow that is on the outside of the part or the part only installs into the vheicle make sure that it gets alinged correctly.....
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Just install the new one the same way the old one came out. Electrical connector orientation would be a clue etc. You may be able to get at it from inside the trunk, maybe not. There'* not really any alignment procedure after replacement of the yaw rate sensor, however, the FSM directs you to conduct an ABS diagnostic system check.
Basically, if the DTC'* can be cleared after sensor replacement and stay clear, you're okay.
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