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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-09-2005, 11:33 PM Thread Starter
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Replacing ABS sensor

Hi: Are there any writeups on how to change the abs sensors on a 1999 Outback wagon? I've replaced them on my pontiac grand prix so I'm confident I can do it on my parent's outback. I search the forum but couldnt find the answer so any input would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Do you mean the local ones on the axle area itself, or the module under the hood? Brian

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I got the code pull by a mechanic and he say one of the rear abs sensors is bad. Thanks for you help.
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Then it shouldn't be too bad, just unplug and screw in the new one I think. It is located on the gearish looking thing that rotates with your hub/wheel. Brian

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