Re: ABS module and brake noise
"Randy G." wrote:
> "Michael" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >If the ABS module is bad, would the ABS/TRACS indicators come on when I
> >turned the ignition switch on?
> >(Not start, just on).
> >Also, where are the ABS wheel sensors exactly?
> >Same for front and rear?
> >Thought I'd get down there and clean.
> I believe that [nearly?] all warning lights should come on with the
> ignition key in P-1. After starting the car, the lights should go out
> (all lights should go out with the exception of the parking brake
> warning light until the bake is released, and the seat belt warning
> light depending on how it works in that car).
> The front wheels each have a sensor mounted in the hub, accessed from
> under the car, or remove the wheel to see it a bit more easily. It is
> the only electrical sensor on the front wheels as it should be easy to
> spot. It should be held by a single bolt- like T-10 torx or something
> like that. The rear might use the speedo sender in the diff or such- I
> don't know that car specifically, but I could not find a listing for a
> separate ABS sensor part in the Vadis for that car, although I had to
> guess at the particulars only having the year and model to go by.
> use care when wiping off the metallic crud becasue the little
> splinters easily penetrate skin and they hurt.
> __ __
> Randy & \ \/ /alerie's
> '90 245 Estate - '93 965 Estate
> "Shelby" & "Kate"
For this car (98 S70), there are sensors at each rear wheel, joined to a
common harness that goes over the gas tank.
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