ABS sensor gone wrong.

Charles Baer charlie at istari.com
Mon May 26 10:57:09 EDT 2003

BTW: A replacement wheel speed sensor was about $80 from Rod at TPC two
years ago.

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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