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      02-06-2013, 12:15 PM   #1
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the yellow warning lights (abs, dsc, handbrake and runflats) came on. the car was diagnosed and 2 wheel speed sensors were faulty (front left and rear left). if i replace these parts myself, will the dash error lights disappear by itself? or will it need resetting? thanks!
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      02-06-2013, 12:26 PM   #2
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i'm pretty sure that as soon as the wheel speed see's itself working it shuts the light off, however it may store a code, i cant remember its been a while

dunno if that helps
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i'm pretty sure that as soon as the wheel speed see's itself working it shuts the light off, however it may store a code, i cant remember its been a while

dunno if that helps

thanks! my 3rd wheel speed sensor replacement... first on the front left, now on the rear front and rear right.
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btw, my car has only 3,493 kms. acquired it november 2009, so most of the time it's just sitting in the garage. is this a factor on the wheel speed sensors failing?
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      02-06-2013, 10:16 PM   #5
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the yellow warning lights (abs, dsc, handbrake and runflats) came on. the car was diagnosed and 2 wheel speed sensors were faulty (front left and rear left). if i replace these parts myself, will the dash error lights disappear by itself? or will it need resetting? thanks!
When I had this issue, it required a code clear before it would go out. (My sensors weren't bad, but I did something goofy that threw sensor codes)
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