Question about 1996 Cadillac DeVille
You torqued the axle nut to the proper spec?
The ABS harness from the new wheel bearing is in the correct clock position?
Are you sure one of the pins in the connector isn't bent? Look carefully in the sensor side of the connector. The male pins are very small and easily bend.
Check the harness on the car side of the connector. It is very common for the harness to break or corrode especially near the connector or anywhere along the harness where it routes through the wheel well area.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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