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Where are the wheel rotation speed sensors for the ABS and TRAC systems on a 2003 Pontiac Montana?

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2010-08-21 23:59:41
2010-08-21 23:59:41

It is on front/rear hub assy - bearing, studs and wheel speed sensor

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