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ABS and Traction control warning lights come on independtly and jointly. I believe the problem is the hub mounted sensor. How do I replace it.This is on a 2003 Monte Carlo SS.

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Hi if you know for sure it's a wheel speed sensor
remove that wheel
remove the caliper and caliper bracket
remove the brake rotor
there are 3 bolts on the other side of the knuckle(13mm)
remove them
remove the axle nut(1 5/16)
remove the hub bearing assembly(you may need to use a hammer on the hub flange)
hope this helps

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