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Old 12 Dec 2010, 11:58 am
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Default ABS sensor problem

My ABS and traction control lights are on. Apparently one of the ABS sensors isn't working. It looks like an easy fix (if it is the sensor), but I need to find out which one it is. Should I go to the dealership or another shop and have them scan it?
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Old 13 Dec 2010, 09:17 am
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Default Re: ABS sensor problem

shop or dealer is going to charge you 100.00 to do the test and then rape you on price and install of the sensor. you can rent a abs scan tool (get your money back when you return the tool) find out what sensor you need and change it yourself. all it is a plug and nut.
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