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2006 Chevrolet Colorado. abs brake fault keeps coming up and says speed sensor have replaced it three times went away for a while came back only lasts week and comes back. any ideas?

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Its an easy fix. its the sending unit sensor, AKA (module). depending on the model, it should be located by the master cylinder.

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Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 chevy colorado abs fault

Sounds like water getting in one of the connectors. You will need to see what fault code is in there when the light comes on, then look at that sensor.

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It sounds like you may have a bad ABS sensor. Best thing to do is check all the wire harness from all the wheels for cracking or breaks. The sensor could also need some adjustment, not sure how it is on the Colorado. There are some ABS sensors that is a part of the wheel hub and just dubble check the wire harness since the hub is going to be replaced = expensive. If it's a ABS sensor that counts the rotation from the wheel hub then it's adjustable. 
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