Question about 1997 Jeep Wrangler
If this bothers you enough to spend money trying to fix it. and there are no abs codes a tech can find. i would replace the rear wheel speed sensor. located on top of the rear axle.if it irraticly reads a different speed than the front wheels. your abs will give you a drop in pedal and grinding feel or a pulsating pedal. i hope this is helpful. your problem is not one most people can figure out at home. trust your tech understands your prob and wants it fixed also. dont forget he is trying to get paid.good luck
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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