post #1 of Old 08-17-2013, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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ABS sensor test

So, I have a ABS speed sensor that is either bad or something else in the system is screwed up.

All my sensors have a 1,000-1,100 ohm resistance except for my drivers rear sensor which is reading in the Milli ohm levels (like 100.0 Mohms)

My biggest question is. Could I throw a 1k resistor in place of my bad sensor and see if the system self tests when I key on? I know the computer would throw it out when it realized there was no pulse coming from the speed sensor in relation to the rest, but until the Jeep started to move it should work right?

I don't have another sensor to throw in and check, and new they are about 120$ and pull a part is 60 miles away and I'd like to not waste a trip. Lol

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post #2 of Old 08-17-2013, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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Didn't work.....Lol never mind. The computer must look for a decaying coil signal instead of just a magnetically induced voltage.

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