Question about 1999 Audi A6
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ABS sensor fault. This can be tested with a multimeter. There is a pick up sensor at each wheel on the car, usually reading off a castlated ring. Find the plugs for the sensor and set your multimeter to AC (the wiggly symbol) Use your test probes into the wires on the sensor side, and spin the wheel as fast as you can. The multimeter should read 0.2-2.0 volts ac. If nothing, then thats a faulty sensor.
Although i have given you a guide to doing this, it is better taken to a reputable garage with correct tools to have this test carried out.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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