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Where is the ABS sensor on a Jeep Grand Cherokee each wheel has a sensor to determine how when and why the car needs assistance stopping.A lite emmit diode that beams the gear teeth on each wheel?


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2005-10-07 14:56:48
2005-10-07 14:56:48

It is probably part of the wheel bearing/ hub assy. Outboard of the U-joint or CV joint (depending on the year) you will see a series of splines around the circumference of the axle hub, just behind the brake rotor... that is part of your ABS wheel sensor system.

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