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    Had my ABS light come on a few days ago, checked the fault memory and it has left hand front abs sensor low voltage or open circuit, does anyone know the pin location on the ABS module for the left front abs sensor so i can check the wiring between ABS module and abs sensor before i go ahead and order a new hub, My car is a 56 plate 1.9 cdti 150 sri

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    i have the same problem mine came on between christmas and new year iv checked the wiring and plus there ok so i just put new hub on tonight and i think its faulty does anyone know how to check the sensor ?

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    Make that three - hit a pothole and the ABS light came on. Turns out that a pin in the harness broke off - corroded off!!! Check the plug nearest to the engine and you may find the same. Once VX gets the part I'll get some pictures...

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    the wire that goes to the sensor under wheel arch iv checked and they have a circuit to the fusebox when i turn the ignition on, i checked the sensor and there is no voltage when you turn hub and no resistence between terminsls.

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    Its no good checking the resistance of the sensor even a new sensor shows open curcuit. I traced the wiring under the wheel arch at the point where it goes behind the plastic wheel arch trim the blue wire had broken, the insulation must have been damaged for some time as the wire was badly corroded. I ended up cutting about 30 cm of cable out to get to good wire to solder in a repair.

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