Take the front tire off. Then remove the break caliper (2 bolts size 18mm) Then pull off the brake rotor. It is screwed into the top part of the hub so its easy to see once you have the rotor removed because its the only wire running to the hub. Be very careful removing or intalling the sensor because it is very fragile. I messed one up once and it really costed me. hope that helps ctc1278@Yahoo.com
On 2 wheel drives the rear speed sensor is on the transmission tail shaft housing. For 4x4 trucks it is on the transfer case. I am talking about the ABS sensor for the rear wheels.
It is an error code relating to the ABS system. I believe it is a right front speed sensor issue.
abs module.. Chevrolet had alot of problems with these modules in the early 2000 thru 2003 models.. i thought the had fixed the issue.. apparently not
No it is not adjustable.
You may have an ABS sensor going out at one of the wheels.
It is probley a wheel senor that is bad, Need to scan ABS system to locate problem,
NO it must have it.
No, an abs sensor will only affect antilock braking.
usually a bad wheel sensor, get it checked out.
FIRST YOU MUST HAVE A obd2 engine scanner and then scan the ABS brake system to be able to determine what is wrong with it. Then repair as needed
Plug in the computer into the truck, but if both lights are on it is most likely the your EBCM (Electronic Break Module) needs to be replaced; however if it is only the ABS Light that is on, that means that it could be your wheel sensor. the wheel sensor could be dirty, corroded or even need replacement.
this could be you're ABS sensor
Take it to a mechanic and throw money at it.
That Could be 1 of 2 things, ABS module or ABS wheel sensor. If it comes on when you start moving, it is most likely the ABS wheel sensor. If it does it all the time, most likely ABS module.
problem with the abs, get it fixed
The ABS sensors are located in the hub assembly. In this case, it is necessary to replace the hub assembly with the ABS sensor inside. You might just check your wires in case the wires behind the hub have frayed or broken. This applies especially if the problem is the passenger side ABS sensor.
The ABS speed sensor is located on the rear axle or the transmission case of your car. Use the owner's manual to understand the parts well.
To test an abs sensor for a Lexus ES you will need to use a multimeter. The multimeter will determine if the abs sensor works or not.
A malfunction with the ABS system has been detected , could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem
The speed signal comes from the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
You need to take it to a repair and have then scan the system for codes and diagnosis it. It could be as simple as dirt on a sensor.
You probley have a bad wheel sensor on 1 of the wheels. You need to have a shop scan the ABS system to see whats wrong, That's the only way to know for sure whats wrong.
Could be a broken ABS sensor ring at one of the wheels
The traction control and the ABS both use the wheel speed sensors in the wheel bearings
The ABS sensor is located in the front brake set up. It is accessible by removing the tire and the caliper bolt, caliper, and rotor. It will be a black plug connected to a wire sitting on the top.