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Post  starstruck96 on Fri Aug 14, 2009 4:16 pm

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BoW wrote:Serious la...it's actually one sensor near the wheel hub. Need to take out the wheel for sure otherwise cannot access the sensor.
the other forum states theres 4 sensor on aveO...not sure on OPTRA though...
workshop have the tools of trade to check with sensor is faulty?? No

Each wheel will need 1 sensor. One of the reason the sensor is not working could be it's covered with dust. You may want to remove the wheel and see if you can clean the sensors first. Aboh has got one of those compress air gun, that should do the trick. If it doesn't then the sensor koyak already and need changing.
WOAHhHH...For that..for sure we have to jack the car up fully...to do check all 4 wheels for dust or mud..
my workplace have the tools, forlifts as such...feel free to book the place on wkends SATurdays. Laughing Smile

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Post  starstruck96 on Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:55 pm

do shops appointed or not have tools to check on the failure of ABS sensor??
the other forum got reports on RDY that charges extra for doing the wrong sensor..
are we liable to pay for such cases although @ discounted price of installation??

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Post  aboh on Sat Aug 22, 2009 6:02 am

Mayb they try an error.. New sensor tested on all four locations..
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Post  starstruck96 on Sun Aug 23, 2009 2:46 am

woahh....trial n error is not wat i want for my safety n others who are in my car..
i nid to get dwn to the direct area of prob tt kept me be wary of driving my own car.
is der eqiupment for locating which sensor is making the ABS lighted up.?
by any chance the Scangauge II will be able to pinpoint??or those hAnd held device by brO sTan having..forgot the name lar..

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Post  starstruck96 on Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:56 pm

is brake dust a major concern on y ABS lighting up...
i think that has caused the ABS to be lightened up ..

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Post  Ikon on Wed Dec 02, 2009 11:52 pm

starstruck96 wrote:is brake dust a major concern on y ABS lighting up...
i think that has caused the ABS to be lightened up ..

I think the answer to this is "yes". Too much dust will affect the performance of the sensor and if the dust is too abrassive, it might damage the sensor as well.
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Post  starstruck96 on Thu Dec 03, 2009 8:32 pm

i think y my abs lighted up is bcoz of the dust..plus the erratic driving of mine..
its a combo meal u noe.. lol!

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Post  pussy_lover on Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:15 pm

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starstruck96 wrote:is brake dust a major concern on y ABS lighting up...
i think that has caused the ABS to be lightened up ..

I think the answer to this is "yes". Too much dust will affect the performance of the sensor and if the dust is too abrassive, it might damage the sensor as well.

Time to get those less brake dust-type of brake pads. Ever consider the ceramic ones...?

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Post  starstruck96 on Fri Dec 04, 2009 7:27 pm

is der for aveO?dun think it will help to unlightened down the ABS if change to ceramic ones.

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