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post #16 of 20 Old 09-06-2017, 08:37 PM
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So I have the same issue. Did it work? My shop broke it during the regear (thats the only time i take it in) and they claim to have replaced it but its still acting up. Do I need to flash it or should I try putting a new one in and it will work automatically?

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post #17 of 20 Old 09-07-2017, 08:11 AM
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Get a scanner that can read ABS, Harbor Freight sells one that's regularly $100, then you know which one to chase. If the shop was a bit liberal with anti seize, that can affect the new sensor and cause the ABS code. Pull the code, then pull that sensor and clean it. Reinstall it and see if the code goes away. Or you can just buy another one, they sell for $15-$30 depending on where you get it and if it's front or rear.

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What were you doing before they turned on. There are a few reasons why they turn on. Is your steering wheel strait? Did you lift your rig? Do you have cruise control and does it work? Did you install an sPod recently?
I changed my front and rear brake pads on my jeep wrangler 2013 and my abs and traction control lights come on. How do I reset it?
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Thats interesting..... my shop suggested that was part of the whole assembly. This part is only $30. Now I have to even doubt their diagnosis of it being on the right front wheel.

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That's because the sensor comes with the unit bearing when you buy a replacement. However, you can always replace just the sensor.

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post #20 of 20 Old 08-22-2019, 07:27 AM
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You should replace sensore.
It usualy costs around 20$.

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