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What is the procedure for changing the front wheel speed sensors?

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Answered 2011-06-11 21:29:49

remove wheel and brakes and rotor,, the wheel sensor and wheel bearing is one unit, inplug the wire from the back, remove 4 bolts from back,, you will have to use a non inpact socket to fit into hole,, and remove main shaft nut in front ( the new one will have a new nut), you may have to pry unit lose,, really easy to do,, book says to remove strut arm and do on bench,, i have did all 4 of mine with out removing struts

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