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shippy666

shippy666

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PostSubject: ABS SENSOR   ABS SENSOR EmptySun Jan 02 2011, 12:23

PLUGGED MY CAR INTO MY LAPTOP

AND CAME UP WITH MY FRONT LEFT

ABS SENSOR NEEDS REPLACING.

HOW EASY IS IT TO REPLACE?

IS IT A GARAGE JOB OR CAN IT BE

DONE AT HOME.

ANY REPLYS WOULD BE HANDY

CHEERS STEVE ABS SENSOR 51732
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charlie1987

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PostSubject: Re: ABS SENSOR   ABS SENSOR EmptySun Jan 02 2011, 18:48

easy job 15-30 mins max and not a garage job just make sure when new 1 is on it runs true and equal to the ring or ya will get a problem
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