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When driven and applying brakes car feels like a truck i belived is the abs system how to change abs sensor

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To change the abs sensor on this vehicle you will have to replace a front wheel bearing if that is where the abs is acting up if not then you will need to have a scan tool to find out which sensor is acting up

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