ABS sensor gone wrong.

Charles Baer charlie at istari.com
Mon May 26 10:54:48 EDT 2003

My sedan came to me like this, identifying the bad sensor was easy using
just an ohmmeter.

I just tried to find the expected resistance in Bentley but no luck; check all
four and see if one deviates from the others.  The front plugs are on the strut,
rears are under the back seat bottom at the forward corners.


Zoot531 at aol.com wrote:

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> Listers,
>    It has been brought to my attention by my mechanic that i have a
> non-functioning ABS sensor(s) and that this is the reason that my "ABS OFF" light is
> on.  This also explains the single pulse when applying the brakes for more than
> 1-2 seconds, he says that this is the ABS system checking itself.
>    Not having the funds for him to fix this and being reassured that it was
> still safe to drive, just sans ABS, i took it home.  Now i have some time to
> sort this out and would like to know how i would go about finding the culprit
> sensor and fixing the problem, any BTDT?
> Thanks again,
> Adam Chinchiolo
> '91 200q with newly acquired hood crater from business end of a screwdriver
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