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Hello Good evening Sir My Santa fe 2002- xlt awd- has the abs and tcs at the same time. also when you brake going slow speed, sound like is bouncing the the brakes pedal, vibrations or shaking, and also a noise sound when turn

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Sounds like the abs ring on the axle is cracked very common with these and simple fix

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  • bill merman Oct 23, 2012

    how woul you know witch wheel is the cause of this problem i have good speed sensor single cioming from speed sensor

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