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At low speeds (almost walking pace) the abs system kicks in - loud clicking noise, judder through pedal etc. could it be abs sensor? if so where is it, and is it safe to pull abs fuses until problem solved?

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  • stephen taylor Jun 25, 2013

    would taking ABS fuse out help untill i get it fixed

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Sounds like a faulty sensor before replacing a ABS sensor have a mechanic read the ABS computer codes and find out whats going on in there, if you do have to replace them there the only electrical device running to your wheels look behind the calipers and there they are...

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Likely one of the front abs tone wheels is cracked or gunked up. In either case the solution is to replace the defective shaft. I had the same issue on my 2001 santa fe. I got one from an online source for $67 delivered. The tone wheel is available from the dealer for $28 but since you have to pull the axial anyway why not just replace it and not worry for another 100k miles.

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  • waynesa98 Jan 13, 2012

    Likely one of the front abs tone wheels is cracked or gunked up. In either case the solution is to replace the defective shaft. I had the same issue on my 2001 santa fe. I got one from an online source for $67 delivered. The tone wheel is available from the dealer for $28 but since you have to pull the axial anyway why not just replace it and not worry for another 100k miles.

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