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How to test rear abs sensor on 2002 x type jaguar

Tried fuses looks ok trying to locate wireing to test sensor

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Raise the car off the ground and look at the back of the wheel near the axel. You should see a sensor that has two wires connected to a plug that fits on the sensor. The sensor bolts onto the housing, remove the plug and the sensor. There is a lock on the plug so be careful you don't break it. When it is off you can clean it and check it with a meter. Use an ohm meter and with the spec from the manual, test the resistance of the sensor. IF it reads 0 or higher than normal, replace it. The sensor can be affected by excess road dirt, grime, corrosion, metal flakes from the brake rotors and you could also have a bad connection.

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The abs sensors are hall effect sensors so you can not test with a ohm meter like you can with inductive sensors, to test you need to check wheel speed signal using diagnostic equipment, if the problem is the rear, what code is logged? the common problem with xtype rear abs is the reluctor ring on the drive shaft cv joint corroding and breaking away from the cv joint, have good look at the ring you can just see it through the gap in the rear hub carrier, poke it gently with a small screwdriver to see if it loose,the ring can also swell and foul or damage the sensor,if the fault code relates to a comparison error the sensor may be ok the fault will more likely be the ring, the logged fault is the key. the code is logged in the engine control module as well as the abs and can be read and cleared using a basic code reader and has to be cleared before the check engine light will go out, hope this helps.

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  • Raymond Lautier Nov 28, 2014

    thank you , also code was done months ago and was told little or no earth goin to module, when i turn engine off after a drive,i seem to get a shock when i touch the door when i make contact on the outside panel ? the abs light comes on on take off at the same time central lock system comes on. thank you so much

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Get the OBD codes read , or have you and this is where your question comes from ? i'd start at the sensor at the wheel that your looking into , check the "air" gap isn't clogged with some road grime etc , also check the wiring for any damage as is in a vunerable position by a wheel,to check further you would need diagnostic equipment as electronic parts are easily damaged further using the wrong equipment , hope this helps

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