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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: abs sensor
The ABS sensors are located in the bearing wheel hub assembly, "normally" these sensor's cannot be removed on most models but it may be possible on yours....This will require removing the tire, brake caliper and possibly the bearing hub....One thing you can do is carefully inspect the wiring going down to your wheel bearings, if you find damaged or frayed wiring or your connections look bad, you will end up most likely replacing the hub assembly. These are normally about 75-100 dollars each and they are not hard to replace yourself if you are somewhat handy with a wrench. A dealer can tell you which sensor is giving you the trouble, or maybe Pep Boys or some auto parts stores may be able to help in this way too. Most times this ABS light you have on is also associated with the "Trac Off" light on all the time too.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
The 96 Riviera has a motor mount that interferes with the removal and replacement of the serpentine belt. The motor mount must be loosened and the engine need to be lifted slightly to accomplish the replacement. Not good engineering on this model year.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Testimonial: "will try that still looks like there is another bracket in the way under that one."
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