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2013 Patriot 2.0, fwd. Replaced right front hub & bearing & sensor. ABS & anti-slip light now on. Reset, back on. pocket scan shows code C101F

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Historically abs sensors are inductive and it is simple to check them for continuity and output using a multimeter but an increasing number of capacitive types are being used that needs specific diagnostic equipment to check. The problem is likely to be with the right front and would be the height of coincidence if it is anywhere else.

It is possible the abs system has to be told it has a new sensor before it recognises it...

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