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First thing to check is the sensor I guess. Anyone know where this is located and how to test it?

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one sensor at each wheel corner mate
 

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there is if you have an occiliscope if not plug a diagnostic computer in it or im sure the faqs on here may help :)
 

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can you not measure the resistance of each sensor in ohms with the sensor ring motionless,then compare all 4? thats how i sorted this problem on my e36 bmw
 

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can you not measure the resistance of each sensor in ohms with the sensor ring motionless,then compare all 4? thats how i sorted this problem on my e36 bmw
takes too long mate plug in computer ask it what sensor has failed and walla 99% of the time you get the correct one :rofl:
 

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Diagnostic computer - guess this would be a laptop running the relevent software to communicate with the ECU or possibly a hand-held device?
 

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yep mate
 

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to be honest mate i have only had experiance with datascan but as posted above if you have a multimeter its possible to find the one thats buggered
 

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AFAIK the ABS cant be checked with a consult cable, atleast not a "regular" one sold by for example BlaZt, cause the ABS uses a diffrent pin on the Consult port (which there is no cable to on the BlaZt Consult Cable) and even if there were, the error-code output isnt through that pin, its through the ABS light, as i understand it?

I have NDS 1.6 and i havent found a way to check the ABS codes through it anyways

Just thought i should update this thread since i find this when i google ABS questions for my R33 :)
 
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