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Unread 08-05-2014, 04:37 PM   #24841
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Highly doubtful. There is more poss that the labor (R&R) of the sensor(s) for the truss and gussets, and maybe gear work, etc, caused it to fail somehow. Or someone forgot to put the speed sensor/ABS bolt back in the sensor when they last worked on it? If they did forget, it would have been fine for a while till it was shocked around long enough and hard enough for it to walk up out of the port some, and away from the reluctor ring.
they expensive to replace...?

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Unread 08-05-2014, 04:42 PM   #24842
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they expensive to replace...?
The labor to have someone do it at the dealer is likely more than the sensor.

I have never had to pay or inquire so I dont know though.

All you have to do is pull tire, remove caliper bracket bolts (do not remove just the caliper, remove whole assembly with the (2) 21MM head bolts), slide rotor off then you can see the sensor recessed in to the Unit bearing flange. I would do this and see if there is a bolt in there and if its tight.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 04:55 PM   #24843
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Gears is the BIGGEST RIP OFF out there I feel. And reason why I got into them. A Slow team of two can get a JK Rubi (worst of the XJ, TJ, YJ, JK rigs) regeared in 3 hours (or less) if they are proficient and the right tools. Wholesale parts direct to the shop, are about 250$ for a regear. SO when 4wheel parts, Genwronx, JXX, etc charge you 1200-1800$ for a regear its like they are profiting about 150-200$ PER HR. Its crazy.
Well I think you hit the nail on the head. And I'd guess that the price ends up being somewhat understandable given the high overhead costs some of these shops have and the level of skill a technician needs in order to re-gear proficiently every time.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 05:17 PM   #24844
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Highly doubtful. There is more poss that the labor (R&R) of the sensor(s) for the truss and gussets, and maybe gear work, etc, caused it to fail somehow. Or someone forgot to put the speed sensor/ABS bolt back in the sensor when they last worked on it? If they did forget, it would have been fine for a while till it was shocked around long enough and hard enough for it to walk up out of the port some, and away from the reluctor ring.
I checked the sensor. Its connected. There's a bracket that seems to be tweaked that would hold it in place above the axle u joint. Could the sensor have hit that and caused it to fail? I heard the sensor can be found in auto parts stores?
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Unread 08-05-2014, 06:09 PM   #24845
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The labor to have someone do it at the dealer is likely more than the sensor.

I have never had to pay or inquire so I dont know though.

All you have to do is pull tire, remove caliper bracket bolts (do not remove just the caliper, remove whole assembly with the (2) 21MM head bolts), slide rotor off then you can see the sensor recessed in to the Unit bearing flange. I would do this and see if there is a bolt in there and if its tight.
too much work for you zombie take it to the dealer...
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Unread 08-05-2014, 06:23 PM   #24846
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too much work for you zombie take it to the dealer...
I was gonna ask to borrow you floor jack. Probably right.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 06:42 PM   #24847
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Whelp. That sucks. Looks like I got bad head. Abs will have to wait until I get better head. :atomic: I thought the head problems were 2011.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 08:00 PM   #24848
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Whelp. That sucks. Looks like I got bad head. Abs will have to wait until I get better head. :atomic: I thought the head problems were 2011.
Bad jeep news all around this place lately. Sucks about your misfortune zombie.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 08:05 PM   #24849
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Interesting. I wonder why they didn't tell me it could be straightened. I'll get back to you on this tomorrow, I may take you up on that offer.
Brute4ce posted this in the other thread

Bob myers, myers engineering in Santee....very well know in the off road industry news. Been straightening axles since the wells Fargo coach....
Hell
Probably straightened axles in the eqyptians stone carts back in pyramid days....

All in good fun he's older and don't bring him a dirty axle he will send you to clean it before he touches ot...

He is a artist with custom axle housings, tubes and building em from scratch as well as a master and getting them straight as a arrow.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 08:06 PM   #24850
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Bad jeep news all around this place lately. Sucks about your misfortune zombie.
Agreed.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 09:06 PM   #24851
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Nah I don't think there's anything Shifty about it. I wouldn't think simple repairs like an axle u joint, replacing a locker, or a re gear would call for the installer to check for a bent axle tube. It's not like it's noticeably bent, it's just a slight bend in it.

Keep in mind I took it in for a left front broken axle u joint. It was under warranty along with the axle. They replaced the complete axle shaft and u joint at no charge. That's when we found out the locker was also damaged. I wasn't planning on RE gearing until closer to Christmas but beings I had to put a new locker in right now I figured I'd save a little labor having the front gears done right now. Well after it was all installed they tore the front back down because of a clicking noise. They suspected a defective bearing so they took the new ones out and inspected them and didn't see any issue with them but went ahead and reinstalled it again with another new set of bearings just incase. It was still clicking. That's when they figured out that the right side axle tube is bent. They think the clicking is because the axle is in a binding a little.

Stan told me he could get me a currie housing for $2,100 and stick all these parts in it but I guess Currie's Dana 44 housing only excepts JK parts. So then he says we could go with a teraflex housing and stick all my parts in it. I'd be out the door for $6,200.00 going that route. I don't know anything about the teraflex housings.

I'm just trying to figure out if there's any other options? Been surfing the web and not coming up with anything but a headache.
You could also grab a bare 44 housing and have jpi put some brackets on
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Unread 08-05-2014, 09:14 PM   #24852
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You could also grab a bare 44 housing and have jpi put some brackets on

That's a lot of coin for a D44 housing. See above for your solution will cost ya hell of a lot less, you owe me a Beer Poppa
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Unread 08-05-2014, 09:36 PM   #24853
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That's a lot of coin for a D44 housing. See above for your solution will cost ya hell of a lot less, you owe me a Beer Poppa
More like a six pack. Lol Thanks.
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Unread 08-05-2014, 09:47 PM   #24854
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More like a six pack. Lol Thanks.
Your welcome bud, when your darling is all fixed I ought to teach you a few wheelin moves So you don't bend er up again or atleast have fun trying to do so
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