Question about 1990 Toyota Camry
RECENTLY BOUGHT A 1999 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 CYLINDER AND THE ABS LIGHT JUST CAME ON - FRONT BRAKES WERE REPLACED PRIOR TO PURCHASE - HAD CAR LOOKED AT AND MECHANIC STATED THE RIGHT FRONT WHEEL SPEED SENSOR WAS BAD. CURIOUS AS TO HOW DIFFICULT IT IS TO REPLACE AND IF THERE ARE ANY STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS I CAN GET TO DO THE REPAIR MYSELF. I AM FAIRLY HANDY WITH AUTO REPAIR BUT NEVER HAVE REPALCED A WHEEL SENSOR BEFORE.
You can do it yourself. One bolt. Check the plug and wires before you replace the sensor. A stick or whatever can break a wire and the sensor reads bad, but really it just needs a wire. Worth a quick look before you spend the $ on a new part.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
Most ABS sensors are very simple to replace.
Unplug the sensor wire and unscrew the one bolt holding it in. It pulls right out.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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