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ABS Questions


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#1 Guest_jclay_*

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Posted 07 February 2004 - 11:56 PM

I need to pull the fuse for my ABS (94 legacy GT Wgn) where do i find it? (Chiltons was very unhelpful)

The actual sensor broke off where it attaches to the wheel/brake assembly( long story) any advice on possible DIY fix? Any guestimates on (cringe ) dealer repair?

I daresay i can live without it!

I've also always wanted to use word " daresay"


Thanks,

jclay

#2 Setright

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Posted 08 February 2004 - 03:07 AM

I dare say, that it's two words!


What exactly broke off? The sensor is attached by a single bolt through the hub assy, isn't it?


There is a fuse box under the hood, which also houses a few relays. There is another fuse box on the lower left side of the driver footwell.

#3 JeffWight

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Posted 09 February 2004 - 10:33 AM

I just replaced a damaged abs sensor on the right front wheel of my '99 OBW. The sensor was about $110 at www.1stsubaruparts.com and took about 15 minutes to install. It was a very easy fix, the sensor is attached to a cable which goes through the wheel well to a connector. The sensor and cable are all one unit secured by three bolts. I didn't mess around with pulling any fuses, I just replaced the sensor and all is well.

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Posted 09 February 2004 - 05:57 PM

Thanks for the responses. On my car (94 leg. gt wgn)the hose or whatever comes from the control unit, through the fender and attaches to the assembly by means of a rubber cap with metal prongs inside. I assume the prongs are meant to be compressed, slid into the assembly housing (w/ sensor) where they expand and hold onto the inside. There are no bolts. does anyone have experience with this (older?)system? perhaps a trip to my favorite junkyard is in order. I assumed ABS=Dealer=$$$$, but maybe i'll track down what i need.


Thanks again for all responses.

jclay

#5 AWD95

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Posted 11 February 2004 - 12:42 AM

I pulled the fuse on my 95 using the Haynes manual- I had to amke sure the wheel was straight, put the key in the lock position, disconnect the negative cable, wait a few minutes for the reserve battery chare to drain then pull it(mine was obvious it had a yellow protective cover which was a bugger)

All of this to prevent the costly repair of a bag going off-well worth it- Get another manual




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