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RE: ABS Off Light ON
You got it. replace the cap, seat the sensor, off like the bride's
Ian Duff, New Bedford, MA
1990 Coupe Quattro
>From: Mark Pollan[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Friday, May 10, 1996 1:36 PM
>Subject: ABS Off Light ON
>Just replaced the driver's side rear wheel bearing on my '86 5KCSTQ.
>Sweet silence. The problem is that now the ABS Off Light comes on. I
>can hit the ABS switch and it will go off but will come back on in
>about 15 - 30 seconds.
>I did not replace the little plastic cap on the speed sensor and as
>such did not seat it as far as it would go fearing damage. I will
>pick some caps up and re-seat it but do you think this is the likely
>cause or something else?
>P.S. When replacing the bearing all went well except getting the inner
>race off the hub. Had to take it to a local shop to pull it off.
>Seems the arms/hooks on my standard puller are too fat/rounded to get
>into those little notches in the hub. Is there a puller out there used
>specifically for this or do you all just modify a "standard" puller
>to fit by grinding down the hooks a bit. I need to do the other side
>and would like to avoid going to the shop 25 miles away.