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Old 01-25-2013, 02:48 PM   #31
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That is the VSS(vehicle speed sensor) which is mounted on the transmission itself. Nothing like what you need. You would need to replace the entire hub assembly to replace the ABS sensor.
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10-4 it came up on wheel speeed sensor search on teir site and looked the same so didn't read any further.

I am going to have to read much closer on these new cars. Thanks for catching that
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really cant just replace sensors on a new car, everything affects everything else so you find problems one at a time and rebaseline whats wrong. pretty sure if you tear into what causing the bus and ground issues that will take care of the majority of the codes. its a pretty common waste of money for people to just replace sensors or whatever the code references but thats not the best thing to do
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Thank you for the reminder Justin. Sometimes I forget where we are in threads especially when we get 3-4 pages in.

Justin is correct John. We need to figure out what'* going on with the PCM and data bus issue first.
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