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Posted By GARY64 Tuesday, March 24, 2020 11:40:27 AM
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Hi Just wondering if anybody can suggest a source for a wiring diagram for the ABS on the above as AD has nothing to offer . Thanks.
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 Posted Tuesday, March 24, 2020 1:31:09 PM
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Bosch ESI possibly? They do have some huge holes in their coverage but, as you say, so do Autodata.

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Please post the system (Aisin) used, what your actual problem is and have you code read it ?


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Hi, No fault code with KTS, the fault is when slowing to a stop it pumps the ABS because the N/S/F wheel speed sensor shows no reading between 0 and 7 kmh in live data. Have taken sensor out and looked at the ring which is spotless and no gaps. Have done an Ohms test on both front sensors and both read the same. I will get the Aisin ABS unit number tomorrow.Thanks for the replies.
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Its, been posted so many times before here ! can you wire the n/s sensor to the o/s wiring and visa-versa and see what happens ?

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I have wired the N/S sensor to the O/S wiring and same result no low speed reading. Have spoke to the owner and looks like its had an aftermarket wheel speed sensor fitted some time ago and had the problem ever since. Would have been nice to have known this info at the start. Cant say fixed yet as its going to be at least 3 weeks to get the sensor. Thanks for the replies
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Is it possible to remove the o/s sensor (with-out damage) and take measurement,s to work out the air gaps ?

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Hi Kev, I have reluctantly removed the O/S sensor and plugged in the aftermarket N/S sensor. pushed sensor into position , cant bolt it down because they are handed but fault moves with sensor Air gaps measure the same. Thanks.
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Gary

Ok time to wipe your hands of the problem, be sure to charge for your time, especially because of

"Have spoke to the owner and looks like its had an aftermarket wheel speed sensor fitted some time ago and had the problem ever since."


and hopefully you have learn a lesson, quiz the customer first !!


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