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Unread 12-20-2011, 11:03 PM   #1
jscherencel
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E brake & 4wd system light issues

I need help.

I got a code the other day c1020. Replaced the left rear (driver side) wheel speed sensor. Paid $30ish from the dealership for the sensor. Installed but still have the lights and code when I first start up. The lights will go away if i Shut it down, start it again, put it in D, get up to 7 mph, then the lights go off and don't come back till I shut it off again.

What next? I know these 05s have electrical gremlins but this is getting annoying fast.

05 WK 70k 4x4 w/ hemi

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