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Want to know how many sensors are on the drivers side of the ABS wheel

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There is one sensor per wheel.

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If you have a abs light on consistently then you need to check the code and if it says front wheel sensor, it may not be damaged, but just need to be cleaned. To clean the dirty tyres you need the following tools--

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1) First start by removing the front wheel for either passenger or driver side depending on which one you start with. Make sure to support your car on jack stands and not just the jack.

2) Next turn the steering wheels all the way in, opposite the side you are working on. For example if you are working on the passenger side, turn the wheel all the way towards the drivers side.

3) Locate the ABS wheel sensor which is directly mounted onto the knuckle and then remove the two 10mm bolts that hold the abs sensor directly. Then along the line there’s another two 10mm bolts that need to be removed, just follow the abs sensor line to get at them.


4) Now take your rag or paper towels and start wiping off all the dirt and/or grease.

Follow steps 3 - 1 backwards for re-installation.


If the problem is not resolved then you need to take a serious view. Because the ABS System in the vehicle is computer modulated and if the light is on it means that there is a malfunction somewhere in the system. It could be a sensor that has gone bad or if you just recently had tires changed it could be someone knocked something loose on one of the wheels. Please do not wait further as the indicator lamp on is telling you your ABS system is not functioning properly and in an emergency situation it could cost you immensely. Get it checked out at your local dealer immediately.

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