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I need to remove a front ABS speed sensor on a 2003 Chev Suburban Can any one help me.

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Are you positive the sensor is bad ?
Did you have a code pulled ?
There are other parts of the abs, like the pump, and module.
The sensor is in the control arm, just follow the wires.
Be very careful not do break the connector.
Please let me know

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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